Introducing the DM250, Carima's new DLP 3D printer!
The DM250 3D printer utilizes Digital Light Processing technology, better known as DLP, meaning that it additively manufactures objects from photopolymer resin materials using a projection-based curing system. Slightly different from SLA 3D printing, DLP essentially works by using a digital projector to project light onto a layer of the resin, which solidifies in reaction to the light.
With a build size of 250 x 140.6 x 250 mm, the new DM250 3D printer is one of the larger DLP 3D printers on the market, and is well equipped for printing relatively large objects in a quick and highly precise manner.
Read more about it at http://www.3ders.org/articles/20161125-introducing-the-dm250-carimas-new-dlp-3d-printer.html