ELEGOO launches the new Saturn 4 and Saturn 4 Ultra LCD 3D printers

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ELEGOO introduces Saturn 4 and Saturn 4 Ultra LCD 3D printers
ELEGOO introduces Saturn 4 and Saturn 4 Ultra LCD 3D printers/Source: ELEGOO

ELEGOO, a leading brand in the 3D printing industry, has unveiled its latest innovations, the Saturn 4 and Saturn 4 Ultra LCD 3D printers. These two new printers join Saturn LCD’s existing line of high-precision 3D printers.

ELEGOO, a leading technology company specialising in 3D printers and STEM kits, was founded in Shenzhen in 2015 by a team of top university graduates.

ELEGOO Saturn 4 and Saturn 4 Ultra

The ELEGOO Saturn 4 stands out as a work of art at a comparatively low price of $299, featuring a 12K Mono LCD, COB, and Fresnel Collimating Lens. The build volume is 218.88 x 122.88 x 220 mm³, with automatic levelling and mechanical sensor alerts for intricate prints. Its user-friendly, flip-up design makes it a must-have for professionals, hobbyists, and beginners alike, combining convenience and superior performance.

The Saturn 4 Ultra, on the other hand, is intended for beginners, enthusiasts, and professionals due to its innovative design and advanced functionality. Its capabilities cover a wide range of industries, making it an excellent choice for a variety of projects.

Users can achieve a new level of printing efficiency thanks to the groundbreaking Tilt Release Technology. Models can be easily removed from the release film by tilting the resin tank and LCD screen. This feature not only allows for seamless switching between fast and slow print modes, but it also significantly reduces total print time. Prepare to be mesmerised by our printing technology’s incredible speed and precision, which can reach 5.5 seconds per layer.

With a 12K Mono LCD for unparalleled detail, a COB and Fresnel Collimating Lens for smoother surfaces, and hands-free automatic levelling, the Saturn 4 Ultra is ready to print right out of the box.

Furthermore, its AI-powered detection and alarm system, which includes empty build plate and warp detection, ensures a worry-free printing experience by monitoring the printing status in real time and capturing time-lapse videos of your designs. With additional features such as Wi-Fi file transfer, cluster printing, and power-loss resume printing, this machine is more than just a 3D printer; it is a complete solution for a variety of printing requirements.

The company has sold millions of products in over 70 countries and regions, and its desktop 3D printers are renowned for their accuracy, speed, and affordability. In 2023, the company’s total sales revenue will exceed USD 200 million, with over 600 employees and nearly 25,000 square metres of office and manufacturing space. ELEGOO, which specialises in programming and 3D printing technology, offers one-of-a-kind and smart creation spaces for a wide range of consumers to enhance personalised experiences.

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