3D printing complex designs can take a while on a resin or filament 3D printer, but Hitry created the the fastest top-down resin 3D printer in the world is aptly named Rocket 1. Launched via Kickstarter, the project is now entering its final week and has already raised over $800,000 from over 1,000 backers with 8 days remaining. The Rocket 1 3D printer has a print speed of 380mm/h and an axis resolution of 35μm XY and 1μm in Z axis, offering high resolution printing at an affordable price.
The world’s fastest top-down resin 3D printer
Specially priced Early Bird Pledges are now available for the Innovative Project starting at around $699 or £510 (depending on current exchange rates), offering a hefty discount of around 42% off the final sale price, while Kickstarter crowdfunding is underway.
“With its incredible speed and high-resolution continuous digital liquid formation (DCLF) technology, the HITRY Rocket 1 ushers in a new era of 3D printing, delivering powerful, user-friendly, education-quality printing options. , industry and creativity. The Rocket 1 is not only fast, it also prints with exceptional precision. With an XY resolution of 0.035mm and a Z-axis resolution of 0.001mm, Rocket 1 prints every pixel quickly and accurately, and the surface finish is exceptionally smooth and perfect.
If the Rocket 1 campaign is successful in meeting its required engagement goal and production progresses smoothly, global shipping is expected to occur around May 2022. To learn more about the Rocket 1 resin 3D printer project, watch the promotional video below.
“Frustratingly slow processing times seem to be an inherent and unavoidable feature of today’s 3D printers. But now Rocket 1 is coming as a new game changer. Today we are proud to introduce the world’s fastest consumer resin 3D printer, the Rocket 1, capable of printing at unprecedented speed. 380mm/h. No more spending hours or days waiting. With Rocket 1, you can complete your designs in minutes.
“This pro-level precision is perfect for scientific research, prototyping and other industrial applications. Rocket 1 is able to print complex model structures with 0.2mm internal pores and a smooth surface through which fluids and gases can flow freely.
For a complete list of all available pledges, stretch goals, additional materials and technical specifications for the resin 3D printer, head over to the official Rocket 1 crowdfunding campaign page by visiting the link below. below.
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