Ukrainian start-up introduces new 3D-printing technology
22 September 17Ukrainian start-up introduces new 3D-printing technology
Sprybuild is a team of Ukrainian developers who create their own version of a super high-speed stereolithographic 3D printer. It works using the Continuous Production with Wavefront Converting technology (CPWC).
It’s a method of printing by using liquid photopolymers at high speed. The method is based on the transformation of the wavefront of actinic radiation, which forms a projection of the printed object directly in the build area.
In simpler terms, this is a model of projection stereolithography; it can print objects at a speed of 10 mm\sec. According to engineers, this printing method can be compatible with different photopolymer materials. It is possible to generate small pixels using CPWC, this will increase the resolution of printing.
The co-founder of the company says, their development will offer even more possibilities of high-speed 3D printing for creating products using photopolymer composites. It’s not clear yet when a new device will hit the market, since it is being patented now.
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