Top down desktop RC1501SLA 3D printer with touching screen Characters: 1、Laser scanning SLA 3D printing performance highly depends on the quality of the laser scanning system.Rich-Opto uses an industrial grade digital laser galvanometer scanning system imported from Germany to ensure high...
Top down desktop RC1501SLA 3D printer with touching screen
SLA 3D printing performance highly depends on the quality of the laser scanning system.Rich-Opto uses an industrial grade digital laser galvanometer scanning system imported from Germany to ensure high precision, high precision, high speed and high stability. With this technology,there is no risk of galvanometer drift even during high intensity printing.
A modular 405nm laser imported from Japan ensures excellent spot correction and F-θ field lens optimization. The laser focus spot is capable of reaching 0.05 in perfect conditions to guarantee printing quality.
Rich-Opto delivers the ultimate itergration of hardware and software, providing customers an easy and enjoyable printing experience.
|Items||Technical parameters||Items||Technical parameters|
||100-240V 1.5A 50/60Hz 160w|
|Weight||25kg||Minimum wall thickness||0.3mm|
|Build volume||150x150x150mm||XY axis resolution||0.004mm|
|Scan speed||8000mm/s(max)||Data Handling||STL|
File transfer mode
|Z axis spec.||Linear guide rail||Display screen||7 inch HD LCD|
What is the difference between SLA and FDM?
SLA - Stereolithography
SLA is a form of additive manufacturing technology used for creating models, prototypes and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photo polymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link together forming polymers.
FDM - Fused Deposition Modelling
This is the type of printer that is most common as it is cheap and can be readily made with a few simple parts.
It works by heating up a piece of plastic and forcing it out of a small hole in the same manner as toothpaste.
Imagine drawing a picture with just a tube of toothpaste by squeezing a line out and going forwards, backwards, left and right only.
Let that first picture harden and then do the same again slightly higher with the next layer of the part you wish to build.
The plastic mentioned above is referred to as filament and can come in a variety of materials, textures and colours.
Different materials can be used for different applications.
Wood, plastic, metal and rubber type materials are all used by 3D printers.