microArch D1025 – Hybrid Resolution 3D Printer

Optimised for speed and resolution

Industry’s first hybrid/dual resolution ultra-high resolution 3D printer

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    Key Features

    • Automated 10µm and 25µm switching - Optimised to accurately produce details
    • Improved DLP projection - Faster print times thanks to two resolutions and larger projection areas
    • Automated calibration - Quickly and automatically calibrate the level of the platform, membrane, and roller to get you printing faster
    • Automatic printing parameters - Optimised based on printing variables
    • Automated resin adjustment - Automatically and accurately adjust resin (viscosity<5DOcPs) amount in vat to achieve a suitable resin level height
    • Magnetic platform - For simpler reinstallation and removal
    • Side-shifting membrane - No need to remove or reinstall the membrane in between builds
    • Scraper and roller - Eliminates air bubbles and reduce leveling time
    • Resin VAT heating system - Ideal for more complex environments and diverse materials

The microArch D1025 is the world’s first hybrid resolution 3D printer that can print at two different resolutions, 10µm or 25µm. This gives users the flexibility to print faster when the highest resolution is not required, with both resolutions available within a layer or in different layers. In conjunction with increased levels of automation, this system increases print efficiency, resulting in savings in time, money and resources.

Utilising BMF’s Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology, the microArch D1025 achieves the same micron-level precision and repeatability that BMF is famous for. PµSL rapidly photopolymerises a layer of liquid polymer using a flash of UV light using a mask with micro-scale resolution.


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