Photocentric Liquid Crystal LCD 3D Printers
3D Print with the speed of light with highly accurate, lightning fast 3D printers for dental, jewellery, prototyping, modelling, engineering and mass production.
Photocentric is a materials and 3D printer manufacturing company who make 3D printing resins and have patented daylight LCD 3D printing technology.
Highly accurate 3D printing for all industries using up to 4K screens to deliver stunning detail.
Incredible print speeds using light.
Fast large format 3D printers make mass manufacturing a reality.
3D Printing with LCD Screens
Using their patented LCD technology, Photocentric are able to print using LCD screens providing their platform scalability and resolution quality with future advancements in screen technology.
Photocentric are solving the problems with 3D Printing
The biggest challenges in 3D printing are speed, quality, volume and cost.
Photocentric applies their understanding of UV photopolymersation to the visible part of the spectrum, unlocked the power of the LCD screen in 3D Printing. They worked with their patented daylight curing process and invented teh use of LCD screens as the selective light source for a 3D printer, today this technology is disrupting additive manufacturing.
At the core of the business is that the belief that there is a better way to do things; a better way to construct printers, a better way to react polymers and a better way to make products for customers.
Since the innovation of their patented imagepac technology in 2002, Photocentric hae continuously challenged themselves to do things differently. Whilst many have followed, they remain at the forefront of innovation, delivering a new vision of manufacturing free from the constraints of tooling.
Enabling Custom Mass Manufacture of Printed Parts. Photocentrics vision is to provide a better way of printing parts, delivering them in scale, at value and with functionality. In addition to making a wide variety of plastics by their innovative processes they have successfully printed dense metal and ceramic objects.
Explore the Range of 3D Printers and Post Processing Units
With over 30 scientists, engineers and chemists, the global research and development team at the head office in Peterborough (UK) create new materials and hardware for tomorrows needs.
If you would to discuss Photocentric 3D printers, please contact us by calling on 1800 490 514, by filling out the form or clicking the live chat in the bottom right-hand corner.