Taiwan-based T3D Launches High-Speed LCD 3D Printer that Prints 10cm Per Hour

LCD 3D Printer
Above: T3D High-Speed 3D Printer/Image Credit: T3D

T3D, a Taiwan-based a team of hardware, software, and chemical engineers aiming to disrupt the traditional 3D printing industry announced a new high-speed 3D printer, which the company will unveil at the upcoming Taiwan Inntech Expo event slated to take place from 24 September 2020 to 26 September 2020 in Taipei, Taiwan.

T3D – an innovative consumer Electronics, Manufacturing and Machinery company provides solutions to let manufacturers build and print models or components that can be immediately applied to their model without waiting. T3D will be launching their new product, T3D High-Speed 3D Printer at the upcoming Taiwan Inntech Expo event.

T3D High-Speed 3D Printer can print 10 cm per hour in order to speed up the process of 3D printing, and with the use of T3D’s resin and special fep film, it is able to print continuously throughout the process.

T3D High-Speed 3D Printer is a 3D printer with high productivity and accuracy. T3D is dedicated to making 3D printing much easier for consumers, and sees a tremendous opportunity in manufacturing to satisfy the need for 3D printing. The printer also comes with its own app.

First-time users can search for a variety of creative works from its cloud gallery, and start printing their masterpiece right away. Moreover, users can create beautiful models in the T3D app with all kinds of mobile phones without worrying about corrupting files.

Top Competitive Advantages:

  • High-speed printing with 10 cm per hour
  • Precision accuracy of 47 um
  • Advanced software to make the workflow easier

About T3D: Founded in 2017 and headquartered in Taipei, T3D is a market leader in developing innovative solutions for manufacturers. It is poised to change the way manufacturers use 3D printers to print not only samples, but components or even final products.

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