Apr. 22, 2015 | By Simon

Although there are many different 3D printer manufacturers coming out with a variety of different solutions these days, the industry is maintaining its ability to grow steadily and support a majority of these new technologies that are being introduced as higher-resolution, cheaper or otherwise “better” than existing 3D printing solutions.  Among others, Korean company Carima has just announced their new DP110 3D printer that they’re confident will take the industry by storm worldwide.  

The DLP 3D printer manufacturer was originally founded in 1983 as a photo-conducting business with a focus on revolutionizing how engineers produce optic machinery.  According to the company, they developed the first industrial 3D printer (Master) in 2009 with their unique optic technology.  Now, 32 years later, they are releasing their first personal 3D printer that focuses on delivering highly-accurate finished parts.

The company’s latest 3D printers feature a high-end DLP engine that allows them to create smooth and precise objects using a semi-permanent Digital Micromirror Device (DMC) - which creates light images from thousands of mirrors arranged at intervals of one micrometer.  Additionally, the printers use Carima’s sheet technology which deposits a thin film of material onto a transparent sheet and layers of the 3D model are applied based on the file’s input data.   

Technical Specifications:

  • Build envelope: 110 x 82 x 190 mm
  • X,Y Resolution: 110 um
  • Layer thickness: 0.025 ~0.1 mm
  • Accuracy: +/- 0.2mm
  • File: STL file format compatible
  • Printer size: 380 x 250 x 743 mm
  • Weight: 19 kg
  • Power supply: AC100~240V, 50/60Hz

In addition to the printer, the company has also announced a line of their own materials including a clear material that can be used in any field for prototyping including the education sector, design, manufacturing, architecture and others.  In tandem with their DMD technology, the printer is capable of printing smooth-surfaced objects with high resolution with the easy capabilities for handling post-print processes such as sanding and painting.  

In an effort to creator an entirely-enclosed ecosystem to ensure the best possible user experience with their 3D printers, the company is also releasing their own slicer software for preparing prints.  It includes all of the necessary controls for finalizing last-minute details before hitting the print button.  

In total, the Carima lineup of 3D printers now includes the Industrial High-Resolution Master EV, the Desktop DLP DP 110 and later this year, the company will be introducing and upgraded Industrial 3D printer called the DM 200.  

Carima was recently chosen as one of 20 promising leading companies in Korea and will surely be an interesting company to watch.  Their new 3D printers are priced at $5,500 USD and can be built and delivered in less than three weeks.  



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Daniel wrote at 4/22/2015 1:01:50 PM:

build envelope of 10x82x190? kinda narrow. typo maybe?

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