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    Amazing Resolution

    Guys, I must say I'm extremely impressed with the resolution of prints that are coming off the Titan 1. Check out some of these:












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    Yes indeed ! Coming from FDM, this is really good, can't wait to start printing with it !

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    Here are some more prints from the titan 1. Seems like everything they print is quite phenomenal.

    check out these LEGO bricks



    and these....

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    Quiet amazing,

    Not bad for a printer of 2k right?

    I am just wondering how strong this plastic is, those that SLS printers use.

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    That resolution is stunning! What's the speed of the printer?

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    Titan 1 is the fastest personal SLA printer in the market today. For other SLA printers to print a 4.6 inch Eiffel tower with 100 micron Z resolution, it takes anywhere from 4 to 6 hours. With Titan 1, it only takes 2 hours.
    Titan 1's maximum speed for xy:50μm and z:100μm resolution is about 2.7 inches / hr and 1.3 inches / hr for xyz:100μm resolution. Compared with FDM type 3D printers, Titan 1 is five times faster and has much better resolution and surface smoothness.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon@kudo3D View Post
    Titan 1's maximum speed for xy:50μm and z:100μm resolution is about 2.7 inches / hr and 1.3 inches / hr for xyz:100μm resolution.
    Could you please explain the resolution vs. speed? Why is xy:50μm faster than xy:100μm? Is it because you're focusing on a smaller build footprint and the concentrated light energy cures each layer faster?

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    What is the accuracy? For example, with callipers, what do the external dimensions of say a 10 mm cube measure?

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    gah... celtic ring looks bloody amazing!
    Hex3D - 3D Printing and Design http://www.hex3d.com

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    ...and it's about to be funded, one more printer to go.

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/s...erer/x/1039775

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