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Overcoming Large Geometry Challenges in DLP 3D Printing


Overcoming Large Geometry Challenges in DLP 3D Printing

A lesser-known challenge for many if not all 3D printing technologies is the ability to print large bulky parts without sacrificing part quality. Whether it be thermal gradients, internal stresses or throughput hurdles, most 3D printing technologies must overcome at least one of these factors. In the case of DLP printing it’s all the above.

In this presentation from Marshall Ling, Origin Senior Research Engineer at Stratasys, discover how a programmable print process approach is used to enable new applications in a previously inaccessible space. Learn from real-world examples that demonstrate how the Origin One produces advanced geometries, like large solid molds or smaller densely nested parts.