ZTT introduced by SISMA innovative products: EVERES Zero and EVERES Uno 3D printers
High precision DLP 3D Printing has been leveled up by SISMA Everes lineup.
SISMA is an Italian 3D printer manufacture who recently introduced two DLP system called Everes Zero and Everes Uno. These 2 products have something interesting to share and that is the ZTT (Zero Tilting Technology). The 3D printers have been exhibited to the public at Formnext 2018 and they are designed for increased automation. They are expected for commercial launch for the 2nd quarter of 2019.
Metal 3D Printing with SISMA
SISMA was established back in 1961 as a producer and developer of high precision laser systems and machinery. They used to develop metal cutting and welding systems traditionally to create personalized and customized products for their range of customers in the jewelry section. One of the special skills they gained is the line of 130 automatic chain making machines for processing different shaped gold links.
Talking about 3D Printing, they have desire for both SLA and LMF technology including the machine called MySinti00.
Everes machines technical specs
Both Everes Zero and Uno are high-resolution 3d Printers featuring full HD projectors operating at 1920 x 1080 resolution. Their layer thickness will vary between 10 to 200 microns and offering a maximum printing speed of up to 6 cm per minute. A UV light source at 405nm wavelength will handle the curing job (liquid resin).
These 2 Everes (Zero and Uno) have just one difference and it’s their print (build) size. The Zero has an envelope of 9.6 x 5.4cm (X x Y) and the Uno operates at 12.48 x 7.02cm (X x Y).
What is ZTT?
Speaking of something different which is called ZTT (Zero Tilting Technology). Both 3D printers feature this feature to ensure parts are not pulled away from the vat when printing. While ZTT is working, the glass affixed to the vat tilts gradually between layers, separating the first printed layer from the bed. The process will avoid suction between the object and the print bed resulting in reduced amount of process-related mechanical stress on the model printed. This will promote better layer adhesion throughout the part.
Watch the video below to get better understanding
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