3D printer, photopolymer and production parts manufacturer, Photocentric will be exhibiting at North America's largest Additive Manufacturing event, Rapid + TCT, offering manufacturers and end users affordable, scalable and industrial 3D printing technologies.
To optimise the Design for Additive Manufacturing and printing of very large parts, BASF Forward AM and Photocentric have been working in close collaboration with a Tier 1 automotive manufacturer. Together, they eliminated issues such as warping and achieved the freedom to switch between Injection Moulding and Additive Manufacturing according to the stage of the product life cycle.
Photocentric parts on demand will be featuring a propriety door panel manufactured in the LC Titan. This specialist part showcases the intricacies of lattice design, incredible textured surface finish and the triumph of tool-free iterative processes for a massive build volume of 27.6 x 15.6 x 47.2”. LC Titan is currently running production parts and will be available for purchase in Q4 2023.
On display at booth #1715, there will be the Photocentric workhorse LC Magna and opensource LC Opus 3D printers, both tried and tested for multiple applications as the print exhibits in dental, model making, automotive, medical and engineering industries will show. Complementing the printers, there will be an ample selection of UV and daylight durable, flexible and rigid resins alongside the co-developed BASF Forward AM Ultracur3D EPD Daylight product line.
In 2002 Photocentric commercialised a patent for a pre-packaging photopolymer to enable stamp making in small flexographic printing plates. In 2015, a patent for 3D printing using daylight polymers and LCD screens followed. Nowadays, Photocentric is running production parts on demand and, having control over the complete ecosystem, allows optimisation of additive processes; from resin formulation to printer settings to part properties to product finish.
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