Peopoly has been receiving positive feedback as a 3D printer developer and manufacturer since the launch of its Moai SLA 3D printer in 2017. Continuing on with their Phenom series , now the Hong Kong-based company is releasing the Phenom XXL 3D printer.
This also marks the further evolution of LCD-based vat photopolymerization, motivating the inception of Peopoly in 2015 as two friends got together to create SLA 3D printers that could be accessible to the public, affordable, and best of all—offer higher resolution and greater versatility. Following the success of the Moai Collection, the Peopoly team was back in the news during the fall of last year when they released the original Phenom system as a prototyping tool, featuring a 276 x 155 x 400mm build volume and a price tag of just under $2,000 for the professional set. The Phenom uses a form of vat photopolymerization called […]
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