Carima launches new DM250 DLP 3D Printer
South Korean 3D printer manufacturer Carima has launched its new DM250 DLP 3D Printer featuring a 250x140x250 mm build volume, one of the largest size in DLP 3D printers.
The 3D printer works with DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology which cures the photopolymer resin by projecting an image that represents an entire layer. This technology is usually limited by the projection system to keep accuracy and resolution under an acceptable range.
Carima has added an intuitive control panel with a touchscreen interface to control and monitor the 3D printing process. The projector's UV 405 nmLED lamp has a life span of over 20,000 hours and can reach a voxel size of 130x130x25 microns. Layer height can be set to 25, 50, 75 or 100 microns, depending on the user needs.
The DM250 can use a wide range of materials, including tough, flexible, castable, hi-temp, wax, hi-res or fast-cure resins. The price has not been disclosed.