In the early days, 3D printers have touched the heights of fame with companies like MakerBot and Formlabs which aimed to create a user-friendly product for designers, educators, and makers. Then they fell to the period of stagnation where they became useful hardware.
Now, Inkspire UV LCD printer has been released by Zortax, the Polish 3D-printing company. The speed and quality of resin-based printers are offered by a $2,000 SLA printer having the fit and finish of a cautiously designed piece of hardware. The Working of Inkspire is done by using a photosensitive resin which shoots a bright blast of UV light. The traditional extrusion printers can never achieve the working quality of this gadget. The printer creates objects layer by layer at unbelievable resolution and quality. Another astonishing quality of the printer is its precision. It can print a 50 x 50 x 25 micro cube and yet […]
Hey, Karl here. Back in September of 2019, I reviewed the Sovol SV01 printer. I had a very good experience and still...