2/14/2019

Sisma's Everes 3D Printers Limit Human Error

Originally titled 'Everes 3D Printers Limit Human Error'

Rapid 2019: Sisma’s Everes Zero and Everes Uno digital light processing-based (DLP-based) 3D printers are said to be fast and accurate.

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Sisma’s Everes Zero and Everes Uno are digital light processing-based (DLP-based) 3D printers that are said to be fast and accurate. Everes printers are intended for use in the jewelry, medical and industrial manufacturing markets.

Each printer features the company’s Click & Make software and Zero Tilting Technology (ZTT) to enable fast 3D printing routines without compromising quality. The PTFE bottom of the vat is not subject to degeneration during the photo-curing process of the resin. The mechanical stress in the formation of the object is said to be minimal. The build platform aligns and zeros automatically for every print job, without the need for any manual intervention. The resin cartridge types are said to be automatically recognized by Tag RFID; the resin loading/unloading operations are automatically managed at the start and at the end of every single printing process.

 

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