Well-established as a manufacturer of desktop FFF 3D printers, Polish company Zortrax made its vat polymerization debut in September 2018 with the compact Inkspire system.
Created for low-medium scale production, the Inkspire is marketed as an allrounder for use by engineering, jewelry, dental and design professionals.
On its market entry, it also reported the ability to produce at 9 times the precision and 8 times the speed of other comparable SLA systems – bold claims for a market debut.
For over two months, the 3D Printing Industry engineering team worked with the Zortrax Inkspire to compile a detailed report on this 3D printer’s performance. This review summarizes the team’s findings to help you make an informed decision about your next 3D printer purchase. First impressions of the Zortrax Inkspire On arrival, the Zortrax Inkspire is packaged with a starter kit containing pliers, spatulas, a knife, security equipment, funnel, and […]
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