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Sprybuild promises faster resin 3D printing for the industry

Israeli start-up Sprybuild has unveiled a new 3D printing technology for resin materials that is said to enable throughput rates of up to 150 mm in height per minute. The company promises speeds up to 20 times faster than conventional resin 3D printers.

The highlight is an ingenious transport system with a belt conveyor instead of the usual static build platform. As soon as a print is completed, the belt is lifted and the print is released from the belt by a sharp bend and transported into a collection container. At the same time, the next printing process starts on the freed-up area – a continuous process without machine stops.

Patented technology for uniform prints

A patented magnetic flat holding technology is used to ensure that the flexible metal belt does not deform despite the constant load. In addition, a polymerization suppression process in the resin area ensures that the prints do not adhere firmly to the tank. This allows them to be removed from the belt.

Sprybuild initially wants to concentrate on the dental market. High speeds and continuous operation are very attractive for this sector. Specifications such as material selection, size or prices are not yet known.

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