The Austrian optics company IN-VISION Technologies will be presenting the PANDIA light module at the Formnext trade fair. According to the press release, PANDIA was developed for dynamic exposure with multiple wavelengths and opens up new possibilities for additive manufacturing.
PANDIA has a native 2K resolution that can be expanded to 4K. Key features include scrolling capabilities for larger parts, stackability for increased productivity and an FPGA for free customization. Two independent illumination modules allow up to three wavelengths for multi-material printing.
According to the manufacturer, PANDIA delivers full optical power of up to 9 watts per wavelength through water cooling. A user interface provides information on status and critical parameters. The illumination modules are interchangeable without the need for recalibration.
According to CEO Florian Zangerl, PANDIA opens up unprecedented customization options for industrial requirements and redefines the limits of DLP technology in additive manufacturing and lithography. Interested parties can get a first-hand impression of the high-performance exposure system at Formnext.