The German company tangible engineering is presenting the new Solidator 8K resin 3D printer at the Formnext 2023 trade fair.
Managing Director Tim Fischer emphasizes the high production rate for series parts. Objects can be printed in 17 seconds or a Lego brick in 5 seconds. This makes 3D printing attractive for series production and closes the gap between prototyping and mass production.
The native 8K resolution of 43 micrometers ensures sharp details and smooth surfaces. This makes the printer ideal for demanding applications such as mold making or dental technology. The 4th generation of the Solidator has quadrupled in all aspects compared to the previous model.
In addition to speed, this applies to resolution, material selection and the build volume of 330 x 185 x 400 mm. According to tangible engineering, an automatic refill system and calibration make production easier. Overall, the Solidator 8K makes 3D printing economically viable for series production and enables digital warehousing.
Interested parties can get a first-hand impression of the new high-performance 3D printer at the tangible engineering stand at Formnext in Hall 11.1.