Photocentric will unveil a broad array of 3D printing solutions at Formnext in Messe Frankfurt come November 16-19.
With an advanced Photocentric Magna 3D printer, Photocentric 3 software, LC Opus and a brand-new collection of materials on display,
Attendees will be able to gain more information about how ongoing development in 3D printing can help reinvent manufacturing across a wide range of applications.
“We are eager to show how our solutions provide volume, speed, and cost savings to ensure producers beat their competition,” says Sally Tipping, sales director, Photocentric.” We continue to bring about innovation to our partners thanks to our sustained investment in development, whether with our materials, software, or our LCD 3D printers, and it is a pleasure to bring these to a global market.”
Photocentric’s Magna 3D Printer
Magna is a proven, high-performance 3D printer, that allows businesses to deliver products to market in a couple of hours reducing production lag.
The very flexible Magna printer features a quad processor for enhanced performance, optimized platform coating for better cleaning and printing, and upgrades to the control system for enhanced reliability and precision.
Magna ensures Photocentric partners provide accurate end-use parts frequently, at scale and quickly with new printing components capable of increasing print speeds up to 16mm per hour and beyond.
Also on display and accessible for the first time is Photocentric Additive, a new, powerful, and exclusive feature of a 3D printing software package that delivers a customer-ready finish and limitless texturing at high speeds.
Made by partner and software leader Core Technologie, Additive provides faster nesting support and faster slicing.
Purchases of LC Magna will get a free trial of the software, and there is also an exclusive Formnext discount offer for those looking to purchase both a Magna and a fully licensed version of Photocentric Additive.
Furthermore, the LC Opus 3D printer provides accuracy and speed as Photocentric’s fastest printer yet.
with a cure speed of 2 seconds per layer at 50µm layer thickness.
It can deliver 22 dental arches in 45 minutes, and as it is open-source, it is adaptable to all resins.