3D printing complex designs can take quite a while on both a resin and a filament 3D printer,
However, Hitry has produced the Rocket 1, dubbed the world’s fastest top-down resin 3D printer.
Launched via Kickstarter, the project is now entering its final week and funding has reached $800,000 thanks to over 1,000 backers with just eight days remaining.
The Rocket 1 3D printer boasts a print speed of 380mm/h and an axis resolution of 35μm XY and 1μm in the Z-axis, providing high-resolution printing at an affordable price.
The world’s fastest top-down resin 3D printer
starting at roughly $699 or £510 (this is dependent on current exchange rates),
offering an ample discount of approximately 42% off the final retail price.
“With its precise speed and high-resolution digital continuous liquid forming (DCLF ) technology,
the HITRY Rocket 1 heralds a new era of 3D printing,
bringing user-friendly, powerful, and quality printing options for industry, education, and hobbyists.
Rocket 1 does not only boast impressive speed, but it also prints with outstanding precision.
With 0.035mm XY resolution and 0.001mm Z-axis resolution,
Rocket 1 prints every pixel quickly and accurately, and the surface finish is exceptionally smooth and perfect. ”
Should the Rocket 1 campaign successfully raise its required pledge goal and production progress smoothly, worldwide shipping is expected to start around May 2022.
You can find out more about this project on Kickstarter.