Viennese start-up aims to revolutionize 3D printing
The company claims its 3D printer produces “outstanding component quality”. It is designed for industrial use and combines the individual steps of additive manufacturing in a tight box.5 Mar 2020 Roland Freist
The young Austrian company Genera has published the first details of its upcoming 3D printer: as it works with DLP technology (digital light processing), the resin used as building material is cured by a light projector. The system consists of the G2 3D printer and the separate F2 finishing unit. The entire process of printing, washing and post-curing takes place in the tight G2 box unit. This shuttle is equipped with an RFID chip that stores all component data. Once printing is complete, the data is transferred from the chip to the F2 unit, where post-processing begins.
Thanks to the shuttle system and the tight box, both component and operator are protected during the printing process, so there is no need to wear gloves - one of the disadvantages of 3D printing to date. The genera printer achieves a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and can be used for print volumes up to 384 x 216 x 350 mm.
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