Photocentric's LC Titan 3D printer is the largest and most accurate LCD-based 3D printer in the world, according to the company. It is currently running production parts and will be available for purchase in Q4 2023.
At RAPID + TCT next month, Photocentric will be featuring a propriety door panel manufactured in the LC Titan. This specialist part will showcase the intricacies of lattice design, incredible textured surface finish and the triumph of tool-free iterative processes for a massive build volume of 27.6 x 15.6 x 47.2".
Photocentric's large format 3D printers can optimize every aspect of the additive process; from resin formulation to printer settings to part properties to product finish.
"We experience the results first-hand; we gain immediate feedback from our printed parts and adjust any part of the printing process accordingly. This is extremely advantageous for our customers and a rare position to be in," says Paul Holt, founder of Photocentric. "Our vision is to create automated 3D printing systems and transform the future of mass manufacturing."
Also on display at RAPID + TCT -- May 2nd to 4th in Chicago -- will be the reliable Photocentric workhorse LC Magna and opensource LC Opus 3D printers, both tried and tested for multiple applications in dental, model making, automotive, medical and engineering.
Photocentric and BASF ForwardAM have been working in close collaboration with a Tier 1 automotive manufacturer to optimize the DfAM and printing of very large parts. Together, they eliminated warping and benefited from the multiple advantages that 3D printing brings such as no expensive tooling, integration of multiple parts into single parts, flexibility in the supply chain and speed to market.
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