Solidator DLP Desktop 3D Printer

The maximum resolution, speed and most compact design you can possibly get when printing paper-sized 3D objects.


The patent-pending design using DLP stereolithography technology provides high resolution on a large print bed and allows you to create 3D objects in a fraction of the time - right on your desk.

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High quality DLP stereolithography with paper-sized build area right on your desk.

GPU-Accelerated Slicing Software - position objects, slice, preview print results in seconds.

3D Printing speed: 10 seconds per layer - no matter how complex the geometry is and independent of the number of objects placed on the build platform

High resolution - 0.27 mm x 0.27 mm x 0.10 mm voxel size (X-Y-Z).
More than 1.5 Billion Voxels in Build Volume.

Solidator 3D Printer Technology

Visible Light DLP Stereolithography

A liquid plastic resin is placed in the transparent resin container. The resin is sensitive to light and hardens when exposed to large amounts of visible light. This way a hardened plastic layer of 0.1 mm can be created within seconds. Solidator projects a series of images into the resin container form below to create your object. Existing layers are moved upwards to allow the next layer to be created from below. Printed objects are of very high resolution and are pretty robust.

3D Printer Technical Specs

Solidator DLP Desktop 3D Printer

- Build Volume: 280x210x200 mm (11.02"x8,26"x7,87")

- Voxels in Build Volume: More than 1.5 Billion Voxels

- Layer heights: 30 microns to 100 microns

- Z-Motor resolution: 10 microns (0.000393")

- Speed: 10 seconds per 0.1 mm Layer

- Minimal Feature Size XY@280x210mm: 270 microns

- Footprint: 620x600x480 mm (24.4"x23.6"x18.7")

- 3.2" Touch Screen supports standalone printing

- Job transfer methods: Wireless LAN, Ethernet, USB

- Software support: Windows XP/7/8, MAC OS X, Linux

3D Printer Learning Center

How to use the Solidator 3D Printer

- Find and use exisitng 3D models online

- Create your own 3D models

- Create a print job

- Print

- Finishing

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