Manufacturer of parts, photopolymer resins and 3D printers Photocentric has showcased its latest 3D printer at Formnext 2022. Named TITAN, the new machine integrates a 700 x 395 x 1200 mm build volume, can deliver a 91µm pixel pitch resolution, and feature an 8K 32” LCD screen.
With the new machine, the company headquartered in IK, aims to enable industrials to achieve large-scale production across the automotive, transport, creative arts and merchandising industries.
As a reminder, since last year, its 3D printers are compatible with Photocentric Additive software, a software solution developed in collaboration with CoreTechnologie.
Both partners announced their collaboration last year alongside the development of a unique module to create support structures for the Photocentric SLA 3D printers. Not only does it enable automation of the printing process, but it is also possible to modify the support structures and quickly adapt them to desired requirements, one remembers.
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Along this launch, the machine manufacturer also announces that it will now deliver 3D printed parts in Alumina and Silica. Alumina is a material that is already being provided by other machine and part manufacturers. It is acknowledged for its superior electronic, chemical and thermal properties and enables applications across the aerospace, medical, automotive, chemical and electronic industries.
Photocentric is also working in partnership with Centre of AM Excellence, AM-COE to provide mass production of Silica cores with improved performance beyond what injection moulding can offer.
Last but not least, at the materials level, the company is partnering with Loctite and BASF Forward AM to develop and validate high-performance engineering-grade resins for industrial applications.
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