The Longer Orange 30 has received more than $135,000 in crowdfunding on Kickstarter, representing funding of 451% of its original goal. Only three days remain to pledge for the Orange 30 ultra-high precision SLA 3D printer. Shipping will begin from August 2019.
Longer3d is a manufacturer dedicated to providing desktop 3D printers and industrial 3D printers, based in Shenzhen, China. With the popularity of desktop 3D printers in recent years, Longer3d is entering the field with its industrial-grade 3D printer technology. The price for an Orange 30 printer is $249 which compares favorably to many other desktop 3D printers which can run $1,000 or more.
Below are the jewelry models 3D printed by Longer’s Orange 30 under a microscope:
One distinguishing feature of Longer3d’s technology is that it uses a linear guide and slider to ensure the accuracy of Z-axis. This approach can match the LED exposure time, intensity, algorithm, and other factors well.
Moreover, Longer3D plans to update functions of the Orange 30 including:
- Opening for 3rd Party Slice Software. Currently working on Chitubox, Slic3r.
- Upgrading to 10um for Layer Thickness.
- Resin Calibration Test.
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that 3D printing can enable great savings on raw materials and manufacturing costs. 3D printing technology eliminates the limitation of traditional product design and can stimulate people’s innovation potential. 3D printers are widely used in aerospace and national defense, medical equipment, animation industry, crafts industry, ceramics industry, education, manufacturing industry, protection of cultural relics industry, construction industry, automobile manufacturing, jewelry and so on.
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