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How to ensure the quality of the equipment to the customer?
  1. Each Printer goes through 7 days and 7 nights of print testing with real material before shipping。
  2. The entire line adopts ISO9001 production management control process
  3. The work of each process is confirmed and signed by professional IQC, PQC, OQC
  4. The product have CE and FCC certification
  5. Before the equipment is shipped, the buyer is allowed to go to the delivery site for on-site inspection.
  6. The equipment is packaged with anti-collision, rain-proof and moisture-proof packaging
  7. The equipment packaging contains anti-tilt and shock warning labels
  8. Hire a professional logistics company to transport, with special fixed method to ensure the machine safety.
  9. Full insurance during entire journey.
  10. Professional engineers assist in unpacking and debugging until acceptance

How to guarantee all after-sales service
  1. The buyer get15-30 days of free professional skills training at the supplier site
  2. The after-sales engineer of the supplier should personally participate in the unpacking, transportation, and positioning when machine arrived.
  3. Provide free after-sales installation and commissioning
  4. Provide free on-site professional skills training for 3-7 days for the buyer
  5. Provide professional training materials (printing, post-processing, industry applications, etc.)
  6. 24-hour online free after-sales Q & A guidance
  7. Remotely resolve equipment issues within 3 days
  8. If the problem cannot be solved remotely, then go to the site for maintenance and solve within 3 days
  9. Free software update and guidance for 3 years
  10. During the maintenance of critical parts, replacement parts are provided free of charge to avoid machine out of service.

After one year warranty, our plan for subsequent warranty?
Optional warranty extension plan (see extension plan for details)
Optional one-time warranty plan (see paid warranty plan for details)
Free to choose multiple extensions

Why does our equipment have an advantage over others? Why is the price more expensive than others?
1.We have a professional industrial design team and many years of post-processing technology experience
2.We have a professional printing service base and a professional software and hardware testing team
3.We have professional photoresin research and development support
4. Our products have many advantages, as shown in the following table:

Equipment advantages

Advantage description

Core  Technology

The world's first DLC technology, which achieves different printing power for different features, achieves fast printing speed, accurate features, and better surface effects. There are three printing modes that are standard, Precise, and fast. Subjective strategy adjustments can be made according to customer printing needs. Printing speed is 130% -480% of similar products.

Scanning accuracy of external surface / scanning accuracy of internal surface

120um(0.0047in)
250um(0.0098in)

Printed part accuracy

Part Size<100mm(3.9in):±0.1mm(±0.004in), Part Size>100mm(3.9in):±0.1%*L

Forming speed

80-300g/h(Double scanners 120-450g/h, Triple scanners 150-650g/h)

Laser data

Semiconductor pump source laser, wavelength 354.7nm, power≥3000mw, variable focal spot spot size 0.18-0.6mm, processing speed≥6 ~ 10m / S,

Optical Scanner

High-quality German Scanlab high-speed galvanometer scanning system, scanning speed 8m / S, jumping speed 10m / s

Recoating method

Intelligent positioning of vacuum adsorption coating, anti-misoperation blade positioning system. Improved speed of the recoating plate and increased production speed; eliminate the bubbles of the workpiece and improve the quality of the workpiece; the upper surface of the workpiece is flat and the vertical accuracy is high;

Liquid level automatic compensation system

Molding resin liquid level laser detection and automatic liquid level compensation technology functions: precisely control the layer thickness to ensure the precision of the part; during the production process, it can automatically compensate the liquid level fluctuation; shorten the automatic leveling time of the liquid level and improve the production speed

Z-axis module lifting system

Adopted aviation grade aluminum alloy, P grade guide rail, C3 grade grinding screw, vertical resolution 0.0002mm, repeat positioning accuracy ± 0.01mm

Retractable work platform

Jinan blue marble, extremely low thermal expansion and contraction rate

Equipment Frame sheet metal

3mm thick sheet metal structure, integrated frame, 5cm custom made square tube, more stable performance

Forming layer thickness

Normal layer thickness 0.1mm, rapid production layer thickness 0.125-0.175mm, precision production layer thickness 0.05-0.1mm

Resin material

Extensive 3D printing materials (can be universal ABS-Like, PC-Like, Flexible, high temperature, normal temperature materials, etc.), with excellent mechanical properties. For a selection of available materials please see the material description

Resin packaging

Comply with material packaging requirements, transportation safety certification

Power Supply Standard

Can be ustomized 200-240 VAC 50/60 Hz according to the characteristics of each country, single-phase, 10 amps

Control software highlights

1. Simple operation and easy to understand (can get started in 30 minutes, no higher education requirements for operators)

2.Dynamic laser power control technology achieves fast printing speed and perfect details

3. Three printing modes (fast, standard, and precise) to achieve customer strategy adjustments to meet various printing needs

Material Database Highlights

The material database can be dynamically updated to ensure the latest material printing process parameters.

Network compatible

Ethernet, IEEE 802.3 TCP / IP and USB port

operating system

LINUX 64bit or Windows 7 and higher

System security level

Bank security level, recommended Linux system, safe and stable, not easyily invaded by Trojan horses, protecting printed files from being stolen

Automatic feeding system

The intelligent detection of the liquid level of the printing resin consumables, and the system automatically adds the resin to the equipment without manual pours, which is more convenient, accurate and safe.

Automatic door opening system

Door opens automatically. According to the human body sensing function, the device automatically opens and closes the door to avoid resin contamination of the device and facilitate equipment maintenance

Laser power detection and automatic compensation function

Automatically detect laser power and intelligently compensate laser power to ensure the printing quality and stability of the device

Work area safety electric lock function

The front door and the side door of the equipment in the work area are automatically locked during printing to prevent laser damage caused by human error and ensure personal safety.

Remote monitoring system

Through the mobile APP, you can remotely monitor the printing progress and environmental conditions of the device

Automatic resin stirring function

Equipped with automatic stirring function of resin to prevent delamination caused by resin not used for a long time and affect printing results

Material database

Equipped with a variety of resin material libraries, customers can choose the material library according to the resin they use, no commissioning after material replacement, convenient and efficient

Power-off continuous printing function

Equipped with restart after abnormal power failure, the device automatically prompts for continuous printing, intelligently recognizes the number of stitching layers

Print timing estimation function

Accurate printing time estimation, the time estimation deviation rate is only 0.1% -4.5%, which can accurately calculate the work schedule of the equipment

Certification for resin materials

MSDS Certified for safe transportation

Equipment certified

FCC, CE, ISO9001, national authoritative third-party testing agency's accuracy and flatness test reports

Software copyright

HAVE

Slicing software

Support magics, E-stage manual, automatic and other slicing software, compatible with various forms of support files

Supported input formats

STL, CTL, OBJ, PLY, ZPR, ZBD, AMF, WRL, 3DS, FBX, MJPDDD, 3DPRINT, BFF, IGES, IGS, STEP and STP

Included accessories

Laser, Scanner, Curing oven, tool box, cleaning kit, stainless steel gasket, screen, main power cord, ground foot, dust tube


How to ensure that customers can use our equipment perfectly?
1. The buyer get15-30 days of free professional skills training at the supplier site
2. Provide free on-site buyer professional skills training for 3-7 days
3. Provide professional training materials (printing, post-processing, industry applications, etc.)
4. 24-hour online free after-sales Q & A guidance
5. Establish a remote assistance communication group, and use real-time special personnel equipment guidance in the group
6. Provide regular equipment maintenance assistance
7. Provide equipment use, maintenance and repair instructions
8. Provide free programming slices to assist in work (3 months before purchasing equipment)


What is SLA 3d printing?

Stereolithography (SLA) is an additive manufacturing - commonly referred to as 3D printing - technology that converts liquid materials into solid parts, layer by layer, by selectively curing them using a light source in a process called photopolymerization.

How does SLA 3d printing work?
Stereolithography (SLA) printing was first invented in the 1980's and works by curing resin with light. The light solidifies a liquid resin via a process called photo-polymerization and builds objects layer by layer.

What is the difference between SLA and SLS?
So, what is the difference between SLA and SLS? There are some common denominators, for example, both use a laser to trace out and build individual layers. ForSLA a liquid resin is cured, whereas in SLS powder is selectively fused together.

What is SLA resin made of?
SLA uses a UV laser to cure liquid resin into hardened plastic in a process called photopolymerization. Different combinations of the monomers, oligomers, photoinitiators, and various other additives that comprise a resin result in different material properties. SLA produces parts from thermoset polymers.

Who uses 3d printers?
Companies like Ford, Volvo, and BMW really uses 3D printing for rapid prototyping, experimental parts, and creating jigs and fixtures for manufacturing. Mercedes-Benz which is currently pioneering this niche among other truck producers, and makes more than 100 000 printed prototypes each year.

What is SLA stereo?
Stereolithography (SLA or SL; also known as stereolithography apparatus, optical fabrication, photo-solidification, or resin printing) is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photopolymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link, forming polymers.[1] Those polymers then make up the body of a three-dimensional solid. Research in the area had been conducted during the 1970s, but the term was coined by Chuck Hull in 1984 when he applied for a patent on the process, which was granted in 1986.[citation needed]Stereolithography can be used to create things such as prototypes for products in development, medical models, and computer hardware, as well as in many other applications. While stereolithography is fast and can produce almost any design, it can be expensive.

What 3d printing can do?
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is created.

What file formats are used in 3D Printing?
The most common and universal file formats for 3D printing are STL and VRML. STL stands for “stereolithography” – it is a 3D rendering that contains only a single color. This is typically the file format you would use with desktop 3D printers. VRML (“vermal”, .WRL file extension) stands for “Virtual Reality Modeling Language” – it is a newer digital 3D file type that also includes color, so it can be used on desktop 3D printers with more than one extruder (i.e. two more nozzles that each can print with a different color plastic), or with full-color binder jetting technology.
Additive Manufacturing File Format (.AMF) is a new XML-based open standard for 3D printing. Unlike STL, it contains support for color. They can also be compressed to about half the size of a compressed STL file. AMF is not widely used at present, but in future we would like to add this an option for uploading and downloading files to and from the NIH 3D Print Exchange.
Another file format input for 3D printers in GCode. This file contains detailed instructions for a 3D printer to follow for each slice, like the starting point for each layer and the "route" that the nozzle or print head will follow in laying down the material. In addition, 3D printer manufacturers may have their own proprietary input file formats that contain instructions specific to the methodology for that make or model, and that are compatible only with that manufacturer's software. This does not create a barrier to printing with these machines, as the proprietary file format is generated from the user's own STL or WRL file.

Why 3d printing is the future?
3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has the potential to democratize the production of goods, from food to medical supplies, to great coral reefs. In the future, 3D printingmachines could make their way into homes, businesses, disaster sites, and even outer space.

What is 3d printer resin?
Instead of using powder or filament, Stereolithography technology uses a liquid resin to produce 3D prints. ... The 3D printing process takes place in a large tank filled with liquid resin. To start the process, a layer of UV-sensitive liquid polymer is spread over a platform.

What is 3d slicing?
There are two major types of software that will allow printing a (good read-to-print) 3Dmodel file: A so-called slicer takes a3D drawing (most often in .STL format) and translates this model into individual layers. It then generates the machine code that the printer will use for printing. ... 3D printing.

Can I make money with a 3d printer?
One of the easiest ways to make money with a 3D printer is to offer the printer as a commercial service or to sell items that are made with it. Businesses and individuals often want objects produced through 3D printing, but don’t have the equipment. Additionally, as a skilled designer, you can make items and sell them. For both approaches, you can find robust marketplace communities that help to facilitate your services.

Is 3d printing expensive?
In general, you could say that 3D printing small objects is cheap and 3D printinglarge objects is expensive. Prices go up exponentially as the object size increases. ... And although precious metals are even more expensive, jewelry production is very suitable for 3D printing.