|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu China|
|After-sales Service Provided:||Online support,Video technical support|
|Applicable Industries:||Industrial Design|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||47X47X96 cm|
|Single gross weight:||46.5 KG|
|Package Type:||carton box|
Top down RC1801 desktop 3d printing sla for sale
Module 405NM semiconductor laser
Repeated positioning accuracy
Servo motor linear guideway
Document transmission mode
7 inch high definition capacitive touch screen
Strng carton box with pallets packing from SHA &Shenzhen port
We have rapid pre-sale and after-sale service system.
Rich-opto reponds to various scales of industries to meet their 3D printing needs.
In order to enhance the core competence, we communicate with users actively, help users apply the high-precision 3D printers to there R&D and production. Whether products or service, Rich-Opto is always worth your trust. Your smile and confirmation is our pursuit.
Jiangsu Rich-Opto Technology Co.,Ltd is located in ZhenJiang, a historic and culturally significant city in Jiangsu Province, China. Rich-Opto is a high-tech enterprise that specializes in the R&D, manufacture and sale of SLA 3D printers.
Rich-Opto has established R&D centers in both China and the USA. The SINO-USA team has extensive experience in electronics, optical technology, material engineering, software and fine mechanics. Rich-Opto produces an SLA 3D printer that utilizes highly advanced optical detection, microelectronic and 3D printing research, ISO9001 quality control and sophisticated manufacturing process control to meet different customers’ requirements.
1.What is 3DPrinting?
3D printing is a way to prototype parts rapidly in which a real object is created from a 3D design.
The digital 3D model can be saved in a variety of standard formats including STL and OBJ and then uploaded to a 3D printer for processing. The 3D printer then prints the design layer by layer and forms a real object.
2. 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.
3.What file formats can be used?
Supports STL and SLC formats.
4.Does the 3D printer itself have a model?
We have this printer itself with a print model, but everyone's request is not the same, it is recommended that you according to their own inspiration to design or download
5.How long does a 3D print take?
That depends on several factors:
The size of your model
The material you are using
The layer height (smaller layers mean more layers to print)
The complexity of your model
Whether the object needs supports
The most common slicers give to you the estimated time of print the model, but since external factors affect the job the print could use more time or less.