The RSPro 2100 by UnionTech would be the largest SLA 3D printer in the world

UnionTech launches ultra-large format SLA 3D Printer RSPro 2100

SLA 3D printer manufacturer UnionTech has added another 3D printer to its portfolio. Named RSPro 2100, the ultra-large format SLA 3D printer was showcased for the first time at formnext connect 2020.

According to the China-based manufacturer, the solution is a respond to the increasing demand for large-format printing equipment in the fields of automobiles, aerospace and home appliances.

With a build volume of 2100x700x800mm, this resin DLP 3D printer is currently the largest SLA 3D printer in the world.

The device would deliver high precision, great printing consistency and high cost performance. In addition to the ultra-large format, the 3D printer will stand out from the crowd thanks to multi-galvanometer stitching, and automatic calibration.

Only the continuous innovation of technology and products can bring new opportunities to the market,” said Dr. Yu Qingxiao, R&D Director of UnionTech. “Therefore, UnionTech always pays close attention to the market development trend and the diversified needs of customers, continuously upgrades its technical products, and strives to make its own products become core competitiveness to meet market needs.”

With 20-year experience in 3D printing industry, currently UnionTech keeps the large-portion of industrial client bases in SLA 3D printing, and has occuppied over 60% domestic market share (in China).

The customer-oriented company ambitions to advance AM in China with relevant R&D strategies based on differentiated demands of its customers.

Other key specifications of the 3D printer include:

Main featuresDescription
Pricefrom $ 550,000
Dimensions4130 × 2720 × 2770 mm
Max. build volume1176 L
Min. layer thickness0.1 mm
XY accuracy0.025 mm
MaterialsThermoplastics > Standard (PLA, ABS…)

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