In every industry, there’s a product that arrives that disrupts everything that has come before. Many do it with innovation, features or in the case of the AnyCubic Photon S: price.
The Photon S is a DLP (Digital Light Projector) 3D printer, a technology similar to SLA (Stereolithography) but a whole lot cheaper. By cheap, it’s far less than half the price of the leading consumer-based SLA brands and is available at the same price as many FDM (fused deposition modelling) printers.
Unlike FDM 3D printers that use a solid filament which is heated and extruded to create the final model, DLP uses a resin that is first exposed to UV light, then washed and cured before you get the result.
The model quality is as close as you can get to injection molding, but without the huge cost and scale.
The printer is ideally suited to the production of highly detailed models such as jewelry, figurines and prototyping and its native resolution of 0.02mm per layer makes results stunning.
There are a wide variety of resins available to provide different tensile strengths, flexibility, effects and durability.
Z-axis Dual Linear Rail
Improves the stability of Z axis, contributing to smoother surfaces and greater detail.
Air Filtration System
Dual fans for ventilation. Activated carbon air filtration effectively reduces operating odour.
Upgraded UV Module
Adopt matrix UV lighting and 2k high resolution screen, uniform distribution of energy, both contribute to enhance prototype precision.
500ml of AnyCubic Resin, assembly tools, resin filters, gloves, mask, spare pack of FEP films and scrapers.
● Printing Technology: LCD-based SLA
● Light-source : UV integrated light (wavelength 405nm
● XY DPI : 47um (2560*1440)
● Y axis resolution : 1.25um
● Layer resolution : 25 ~ 100um
● Printing speed : 20mm/hr
● Rated Power : 50W
● Printer size: 230mm x 200mm x 400mm
● Printing volume : 115mm x 65mm x 165mm
● Printing material : 405nm photosensitive resin
ANYCUBIC Photon-s: Matrix UV Lights, bring your Extaodinary Creativity to life
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