The technology behind Zortrax Inkspire relies on a high-resolution LCD screen with UV LED backlighting to cure photopolymers layer by layer.
Microscopic precision: The smallest object Zortrax Inkspire can 3D print is a cuboid measuring 50x50x25 microns.
Consistent speed: Same high speed of 20-36 mm/h is maintained regardless of how much of the workspace is filled.
External resins: All available resins that can be cured by light with 405 nm wavelength are supported.
On-the-fly Settings: Print settings like time of layer’s exposure or rest between layers can be changed on the fly.
Resin 3D printing is a technology perfect for professionals working in fields where very small yet incredibly detailed models are needed. The precision and speed of Zortrax Inkspire makes it a game changing tool for dentists, jewelers, and watch designers among others.
Flexible manufacturing: Zortrax Inkspire 3D printers offer scalable, flexible manufacturing capabilities for businesses needing small, precise components. It is a perfect tool for engineers working at research and development departments and on production lines in various industries from automotive through aerospace to consumer electronics.
Art and entertainment: Small yet beautifully designed models made on resin 3D printers are useful for artists and the entertainment industry. Detailed figurines can be made for board games. Small intricate gifts made in limited series are perfect for marketing and public relations departments.
Dental prosthetics: Resin 3D printers are particularly useful in making dental casts faster and more efficient. Compared with traditional dental modelling techniques, Zortrax Inkspire allows less invasive procedures requiring little to no patient’s involvement. 3D printed models of patients’ oral cavities are used to form dental casts, prostheses, and bridges.
Jewelry design: Modelling intricate rings, necklaces, and other jewelry requires an immense precision a good resin 3D printer can offer. 3D printed models are used in the lost wax casting process. A master model is immersed in a refractory casting material to create a mold for final jewelry items made of various metals.