3D Printer Introducing microSLA micro feb for Labs



May 17, 2023

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  • https://www.microsla.com/ Dr. Tedd Syao founded MicroSLA in California in 2013, operating initially under the name Kudo3D with a mission to explore high-resolution stereolithographic technologies. In 2019, the company rebranded as MicroSLA to better reflect its area of expertise. MicroSLA’s first product, the Titan 1, was launched on Kickstarter in May 2014 and managed to raise $687,000, providing a strong foundation for their subsequent Titan series of printers. With a resolution of 37 microns, the Titan 1 utilized a flexible self-peeling technology to minimize layer separation force. The Titan series continued to evolve, culminating in the Titan 3, which features automatic resolution switching and a higher resolution of 25 microns. To make high-resolution stereolithgraphic printing more affordable, MicroSLA introduced the Bean printer on Kickstarter in May 2017, utilizing LCD projection. This campaign was highly successful, raising $950,000 and generating increased interest from those who were previously unable to access high-resolution 3D printing. The Bean series has since progressed to the Bean HR, which offers even higher resolution and reliability. In 2019, MicroSLA began developing UV DLP Micro series printers capable of delivering even greater resolution and precision, particularly for biomedical, energy storage, and micro-device applications. The Micro 2 printer, which is currently MicroSLA’s flagship product, offers an astonishing resolution of 5 microns, setting a new standard for desktop 3D printers. The Micro series is now widely adopted in top research laboratories worldwide for advanced microfabrication.

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