How does it work?

Programmable PhotoPolymerization P3, an evolution of Digital Light Processing (DLP), uses photoreactive chemistry to cure liquid polymer resin into hardened plastic while multiple sensors control temperature, light, and other conditions.

PADT’s 3D Printing and Scanning Services are Delivered under our
Certified Quality Management System

Benefits

High resolution and ultra-fine details
Accurate, reliable, and repeatable
Difficult and complicated geometries
Variety of high-performance materials
Smooth finish rivaling injection molding

Applications

Production Parts
Manufacture high-resolution parts quickly for medium to high volume production.
Realistic Prototypes
Design and print fully functional prototypes with high performance materials.
Tooling
Produce lightweight, consolidated, and customized parts for a wide variety of applications.

Technical Data

Layer Thickness 0.002 in
Accuracy/Tolerance ± 0.001 – 0.003 in
Max Single Size Part 7.5 x 4.25 x 14.5”

*Accuracy/tolerance may vary with part geometry, dimensions, and build orientation
*Numbers are based on published Stratasys data

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