3D Systems ProX 800
The ProX® 800 delivers part accuracy and surface quality achievable only with Stereolithography (SLA) additive manufacturing technology. Immediately produce low- to medium-run parts at a lower per-unit cost, and build massive, highly detailed pieces faster. This highly efficient large-scale SLA 3D printer produces, with minimal waste, exact plastic and composite material parts without the limitations of tooling. Productive and reliable, the ProX 800 offers the highest accuracy and precision, and the broadest range of additive manufacturing materials.
Integrated Printer, Material and Software Solution
The ProX® 800 printer gives you one single point of contact for expert application support and daily use of our gold standard Stereolithography 3D printing technology.
The wide spectrum of Accura® additive manufacturing materials is developed and tuned to our SLA 3D print engines and enables rigid, tough/durable, clear, casting, high-temp, composites and specialty materials to meet your application and product requirements. Rapidly 3D print prototypes, investment casting patterns, thermoforming molds, and more, and integrate with our software technologies to enable mass-custom manufacturing processes in your production line.
ADVANCED PART MANUFACTURING WORKFLOW
3D Systems’ exclusive software for plastic printers to prepare, optimize and print 3D CAD data, 3D Sprint® software delivers all the tools you need to quickly and efficiently go from design to high quality true to CAD printed parts without needing additional third-party software.
With 3D Sprint PRO for SLA (optional), facilitate file preparation with native CAD import and advanced mesh repair tools, increase productivity with auto-placement, enhance manufacturing efficiency with finely tuned supports, and reduce the need for additional software with embedded Geomagic trusted technology. Your enhanced design for additive manufacturing workflow begins here, while 3D Connect™ Service provides a new level of management in 3D production.
Meet or Exceed Standard Tolerances for Injection-Molded Plastics
Parts are accurate and precise throughout the entire build platform, print after print, machine after machine. On large parts, up to 650 x 750 x 550 mm (25.6 x 29.5 x 21.65 in), as well as on smallest parts, features are reproducible down to 0.1 mm or 0.004 in –depending on geometry, orientation and build mode.
- Liquid resin
- Metric: 650 x 750 x 550 mm
- US: 25.6 x 29.5 x 21.65 in
SLA: Stereolithography (SLA) was invented in 1983. This process uses the oldest type of 3D printers. It is known for its fast prototyping, ability to produce intricate models, patterns, prototypes and various production parts. This process converts liquid photopolymer resin (a special type of plastic) into solid 3D objects. This is accomplished by curing the resin with a laser, one layer at a time.
SLS: Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) materials are supplied in powdered forms. During the manufacturing process these powders are fused by a pulsed laser beam. This allows the creation of durable parts with complicated geometries and can be used to obtain early prototypes, wind tunnel models or casting patterns. Resulting parts have porous surfaces, but this can be fixed with finishing if needed. SLS is rather expensive, as it is necessary to maintain strict temperatures throughout fabrication phases. SLS is used for prototyping and small-batch production of functional plastic parts with good mechanical properties.”
- Stereolithography technology (SLA)
- Max build envelope capacity(W x D x H): 650 x 750 x 550 mm (25.6 x 29.5 x 21.65 in)
- Highest precision & accuracy
- Exchangeable Material Delivery Modules (MDMs)
- Utilizing two laser spot sizes per layer – no compromise between speed or feature detail
- Also available with rigid, stable nanocomposite material
- Industry-leading 3D Sprint software for file preparation and production
- Cloud connectivity for predictive and prompt service with 3D Connect
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