Oct. 28, 2012
EnvisionTEC launched Perfactory® Micro, the smallest desktop 3D printer from Perfactory family — with very high resolution.
Using Direct Light Projection technology from Texas Instruments, the Perfactory® Micro System produces the finest detail in the shortest period of time using an LED light source with zero maintenance and very low operation costs, thanks to the durable LED that lights up to 30,000 hours.
The Perfactory® Micro 3D printer works with EnvisionTEC resins and is suitable for workshops with a small budget but want to print high quality unique products.
The basic price is only € 12,999. -. This price include EnvisionTEC Perfactory Micro 3D printer, Perfactory Software Suite and Magics Desktop Software. Utilizing a built in USB connection, the Perfactory® Micro can connect directly to your personal PC workstation without calibration and startup time.
The Perfactory® Micro 3D printer is suitable for direct casting, for example, in the dental industry or industrial and medical applications such as hearing aids. The material cost is only about € 0.40 per gram.
- Build Envelope: 1.58" x 1.18" x 3.94"(40 x 30 x 100mm)
- ERM Pixel Size: 31 μm (0.0012")
- Linear Z Axis Resolution: 1 μm
- Dynamic Voxel Resolution in Z: 25 μm (0.0010") to 35 μm 0.0014" (material dependent)
- Light Source: LED
- Data Handling: STL
- Warranty: 2 years on factory parts and labor
- Footprint: 9"L x 8"W x 24"H (23cm x 18cm x 58cm)
- Weight: 29 lbs./13 kg
- Electrical: 110V, 3 Amps
The Micro fits in any workshop and a model with a height of 30 mm can be built in 5-8 hours. This allows your model to be printed in less than 24 hours. These features are important for designers, model makers and engineers to compete in today's market.
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Vasken Tanielian wrote at 2/12/2016 4:05:59 PM:
My concern is how detailed the models are for jewelry and what is involved in casting them. Can I cast them using regular wax casting investment or does it requir special investment for plastic? Can I get a sample to cast and test?