Introducing Kings3D Evergrande Fairyland Project
Chinese 3D printer manufacturer used its SLA technology to create 35 giant structures for a client.
According to statements on social media, these castles required more than 2 million grams of photosensitive resin and over 100 SLA machines. Shenzen-based company KIngs3D dedicates to do research, produce and sell for industrial SLA 3D printers.
Beyond manufacturing industrial SLA 3D printers, the company also offers in-house 3D printing services. It reportedly has over 50 SLA 3D printers and 80 CNC machines within its own facility.
Company’s website reports that its systems “adopt the hard laser, the Germanic galvanometer scanner and an intelligent positioning vacuum coating system. The thickness of the coating layer ranges from 0.05 mm to 0.20 mm and precision can be set between 0.01mm and 0.1mm. While the range of construction length of all printers ranges from 300 mm to 1700 mm.
The set of 35 castles, named Evergrande Fairyland Project, shows Jinshi3D production capabilities.
The company has a division dedicated to prototype development and rapid prototyping since 2007. It has headquarters in Shantou and Shenzhen, Canton Province. And so far it has established 5 branches in Shantou, Shenzhen, and Jieyang.
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