The moment of waiting for the result and a great result even before the calibration: the resulting Z-axis movement error is 0.5 µm per ten mm!
We develop 3D printers and high-speed 3D printing technologies. We design and manufacture photopolymeric materials for fast layer-by-layer production. We are a start-up and are interested in investing.
The Sprybuild company was established in 2016 by engineer and entrepreneur Oleg Khalip in Ukraine, now the company's divisions are located in Zaporozhye and Kiev. At Sprybuild, we create technologies, equipment and materials for high-speed additive manufacturing, taking care of natural resources conservation and ensuring the highest standards of environmental safety.
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.
The products are formed during immersion in a container with photopolymeric composition at continuous exposure.
CICE technology is characterized by high speed, the products are not subject to tensile stress during production.
The technology provides speeds up to 5 millimeters per minute along the vertical axis of the construction.
CICE printers are perfect for production systems due to their high reliability and performance.
Technology of layer-by-layer exposure with manipulations of the moving surface of the interface in the process of moving the formed product can significantly reduce the technological time for layer-by-layer printing, reduce the thickness of the layer and increase accuracy.
An adaptive algorithm with strain-gauge feedback is used to control the manipulations of the moving surface of the interface.
Heating of the working chamber provides an opportunity to work with high-viscosity and filled with photopolymer compositions.
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