Following their Titan 1 3D printer, that has been released to the market after closing a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014, Kudo3D now reveals the second generation of the DLP-SLA 3D printer.
The Titan 3D printer based on bottom-up stereolithography technology now features WiFi capability, while maintaining the same build volume and speed as its predecessor. It has been upgraded with web based controlling through PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets, a built-in Raspberry Pi, plug-and-play functionality, ability to control multiple printers, fewer cords and a mesh-like build platform that reduces vacuum force between the layers during the printing process. Titan 2 also comes fully assembled and calibrated.
- XY resolution: 37μm ~ 100μm (HD native pixel size)
- Z resolution: 5μm (native gear resolution)
- Maximum Build Size at 100 μm XY resolution:
7.5 in x 4.3 in x 9.8 in (L x W x H)
- Maximum print speed:
2.7 in / hr for xy:50μm and z:100μm resolution
- Machine Size: 16.1″ x 13.7″ x 33.6″ / 41cm x 35cm x 85cm
- Weight: 30 lbs / 13.5 Kg
- Flexible PSP resin container
- THK’s high precision industrial grade linear stage module
- HD DLP projector with a 2cm native 1920×1080 DMD chip by Texas Instruments
- Raspberry Pi
- Metal frame & case
The Titan 2 Starter Printer Package is now available for pre-order at $ 3,288 through Kudo3D’s website.