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Longer Orange 30 Affordable Resin LCD 3D Printer is Live on Kickstarter

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Longer Orange 30 LCD Resin 3D printers are now available on Kickstarter. Super early birds can pledge for the printer at $199, while early birds can pledge for the printer at 50% off retail price.

Longer3d, based in Shenzhen, China, is a company specializing in additive manufacturing. Its product portfolio includes hobbyist desktop FDM (fused deposition modeling) printers and industrial metal machines for professional standards. Owning a factory gives Longer3d’s R&D staff the opportunity to repeatedly test the performance of its machines. To achieve mass production requires not only supply chain support for a product design, but also experienced factory operations to reduce non-performance rates through quality control processes.

As a new SLA resin 3D printer, the Orange 30 is an affordable proposition for professionals working in high-detail industries such as jewelry, dentistry, architecture, industrial design, model making and art.

Orange 30 uses LCD-based UV shielding technology; uniform UV LED array light source and special optical path design can achieve high contrast and uniform distribution of surface light source, avoiding debris during printing. This ensures that the print details are smooth.

Smart support is another feature of this printer. It can automatically detect the suspended parts with one button and automatically add cross-linked grid support to improve the success rate of complex model printing, which avoids the loss of support at critical times. Moreover, Longer provides professional-grade slicing software.

In terms of design, the Orange 30 features a sturdy, all-metal and one-piece design with a UV-resistant orange cover for high visibility. It offers a fairly large 120 x 68 x 170 mm build volume, which is larger than the equivalent on the market. And the 2.8-inch full-color touch screen provides users with instant feedback, making it easy to select files for printing and view the process.

The Orange 30 brings a other enhancements to the printing experience such as high temperature warning: Real-time detection of LED operating temperature during printing enables the printer to automatically pause or stop when temperature is abnormal, and automatically resume printing when the temperature normalizes.

Orange 30 offers a 2K LCD screen of 2560*1440, 47.25μm, and it offers superior detail compared to many other FDM printers.

Longer’s new line of resins complements its affordable 3D printer, with up to 6 colors of resin to choose from, making it easy to print a wide range of applications.

If you want to take advantage of the super early bird deal visit Kickstarter to learn more about the affordable and capable Orange 30.

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