Resin 3D printers have become synonymous with accurate rapid prototyping. Such 3D printers work by selectively exposing liquid photopolymer resin to a light source (a projector with a display) to form very thin solid layers of plastic that stack up to create a solid object.
Compared to SLA/laser 3D printers, projector base systems are much faster. Our MicroLED displays can be tuned to wavelengths down to 365nm-405nm for curing a variety of photopolymer resins. AmµLED™ displays can either be used as a light source for DMDs or used as standalone light sources instead of DLP projectors with increased accuracy & throughput. MicroLED display is a self-emissive digital mask, with simpler optical structure, higher contrast, easier to achieve ultra-high resolution and high-precision processing.