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Since the founding of EnvisionTEC in 2002, with their pioneering DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, they have been innovators in the 3D printing space. But they don’t innovate for the sake of innovation. They do it to solve the real-world problems for customers – professionals who manufacture prototypes, tooling, parts and final products for demanding cost-sensitive customers in a variety of industries. Today, they sell more than 40 models of 3D printers based on six distinct process technologies. EnvisionTEC printers are known for delivering excellent precision, surface finish, functionality and speed. 

EnvisionTEC CDLM

EnvisionTEC launched their Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing technology in early 2016 with the Micro Plus cDLM. It’s based on a patent-protected approach they came up with a decade ago. A twist on their DLP technology, this process allows for continuous motion of the build plate to deliver exceptional build speeds. 

  • Patented cDLM technology

  • Build speeds up to 80mm/hour, material dependent

  • User-friendly for high-quality models

EnvisionTEC's desktop 3D printer family uses advanced DLP technology backed by more than a decade of development and exclusive patent-protected processes. They offer build sizes up to 71.7 cubic inches and accuracy levels down to 30 microns. The printers in this family are powerful tools used by thousands of professionals worldwide.

EnvisionTEC Micro Plus XL
EnvisionTEC P4K

Designed for real production and build sizes up to 253.6 cubic inches, EnvisionTEC's “personal factory” line of 3D printers uses exclusive DLP processes and offers the ability to run lights-out production. First launched in 2002, the Perfactory isn’t just an icon in the 3D printing world – the printer on wheels — it’s a trusted and reliable one. 

  • Patented DLP technology

  • 4M pixel projector with UV optics

  • Utilizes Artificial Intelligence to deliver high quality surface finish

If you need big, heavy-duty parts, EnvisionTEC has you covered with their 3SP technology, which uses a UV laser to scan, spin and selectively photo-cure resins into large, durable parts up to 5800 cubic inches. You do not need to sacrifice accuracy or surface finish to make big 3D objects with 3SP. A true industrial 3D printer, our 3SP line is equally at home on a factory floor as it is in a machine shop, hospital, or laboratory.

  • 3SP Technology

  • Quickly print highly accurate parts

  • Software automatically generates supports for perfect model production


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