MovingLight ® DLP

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MovingLight ® DLP — is a similar process to stereolithography in that it is a 3D printing process that works with photopolymers. The major difference is the light source. MovingLight ® DLP uses a more conventional light source, such as an arc lamp, with a liquid crystal display panel or a deformable mirror device (DMD), which is applied to the entire surface of the vat of photopolymer resin in a single pass, generally making it faster than SLA .The exposed resin hardens while the machine’s build platform descends, setting the stage for a new layer of fresh resin to be coated to the object and cured by light. Once a complete object is formed, additional post processing may be required such as removal of support material, chemical bath, and UV curing (upon request).

Also like SLA, MovingLight ® DLP produces highly accurate parts with excellent resolution, but its similarities also include the same requirements for support structures and post-curing. However, one advantage of MovingLight ® DLP over SLA is that only a shallow vat of resin is required to facilitate the process, which generally results in less waste and lower running costs.

What type of objects are best for Stereolithography printing services?

MovingLight ® DLP 3D printing uses photosensitive resin plastic best fit for prototypes, patterns for injection molding, and metal casting applications. Digital light processing parts offer normal strength properties and can be machined or customized. Some of the biggest parts 3D printed using MovingLight ® DLP prototyping measure close to 2m in length.

Are there any disadvantages to MovingLight ® DLP prototyping?

Unlike FDM, there is no dissolvable support structure that can be created separately from the model.

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