HIGH SPEED CONTINUOUS 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY - CPWC
The technology of high-speed continuous printing from liquid photopolymer, invented and developed at Sprybuild, is based on the transformation of the actinine radiation wavefront.
Rapid continuous three-dimensional product formation is performed at maximum speed with continuous unidirectional motion.
Large sizes are possible in the construction field.
Print speed 8 - 15 millimeters per minute or more, along the vertical axis of the construction.
CPWC allows the use of a variety of photopolymerizable liquids and is perfectly suited for the production of large burnable foundry models.
Devices using CPWC technology can be manufactured using commercially available technologies and components.
CPWC technology is applicable to both budget and professional systems and can also be used for rapid prototyping and modeling of electroplastics.