Envision One cDLM HT

Professional in casting mechanical parts

Created by one of the most experienced teams of engineers in 3D printing, the Envision One cDLM HT (High Temperature) is an advanced version of the largest, most advanced desktop 3D printer ever created. Utilizing a highly accurate infared heating system for the resin in the material tray and a heated build platform, the Envision One HT delivers the first commercial Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing (cDLM) system that allows for the processing and 3D printing of a new generation of chemistry that promises to deliver end-use parts.

EnvisionTEC technology allows for continuous monitoring of build data during production, while sophisticated software constantly optimized the build for consistently accurate results every time.

Envision one cDLM HT

Envision One cDLM HT Advantages

cdlm mechanical
  • Zero separation forces
  • Layerless technology delivers super smooth models
  • Domeless technology delivers the highest accuracy in Z
  • Closed loop temperature controller
  • 75% less supports compared to regular DLP Printers
  • High-resolution industrial projector with UV glass
  • LED light source at 385nm wavelength for higher accuracy on clear parts and crisper details across all parts

Hardware Specs

 

Build Envelope

180 x 101 x 175 mm (7.09 x 3.98 x 6.9 in.)
180 x 101 x 330 mm (7.09 x 3.98 x 13 in.) for XL version

Build Speed

Up to 120 mm/hour, material dependent

Native XY Resolution

93 µm

Data Handling

STL

Dynamic Z Resolution

50 µm to 150 µm, material dependent

Build Platform Temperature

Adjustable from room temperature to 100°C

 
 
 

Materials

 

E-RE90

Elastomeric material for 3D Printing

Loctite E-3955 FST HH

E-ToughFlex

E-IND147

E-Guide Soft

Aftermarket & Replacement Parts

 

CE Certified Materials

 

Dimensional Accuracy

 

Housings & Covers

 

Jigs & Fixtures

 

Production parts & prototypes

 

Snap Fit & Live Hinges

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