Founded in 2002 with its pioneering commercial DLP printing technology, EnvisionTEC now sells more than 40 printers based on six distinct technologies that build objects from digital design files. The company’s premium 3D printers serve a wide variety of medical, professional and industrial markets, and are valued for precision, surface quality, functionality and speed. EnvisionTEC’s intellectual property includes more than 100 pending and granted patents and 70 proprietary materials.
Robotic Additive Manufacturing (RAM): Through an exclusive strategic partnership with Viridis3D, EnvisionTEC is leading the way with robotic 3D printing, initially using binder jetting technology for sand casting in the foundry industry.
EnvisionTEC serves wide range of markets:
Just because it sits on a desk doesn’t mean that desktop line 3D printers are like other cheap tabletop models. It’s not even close. EnvisionTEC desktop 3D printer family uses advanced Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology backed by more than a decade of development and exclusive patent-protected processes. The printers in this family are powerful tools used by thousands of professionals worldwide. That includes manufacturers of jewelry, hearing aids, dental models and appliances, medical devices, consumer goods, mechanical prototypes and more.
The Micro Plus HD can produce small, premium components requiring a high level of precision, making it perfect for designers, shops and small jewelry businesses. It is able to build parts with excellent detail and surface finish for multiple industries: Entertainment, Jewelry, Dental, Consumer Goods, Education, Medical Devices, Manufacturing and etc.
The Vida HD is a low cost, open architecture, easy to maintain and user friendly DLP technology 3D printer. The Vida HD boasts a high resolution projector with custom UV optics and is especially well-suited for dental and jewelry applications. The 50 μm resolution of the Vida HD allows for outstanding surface finish and detail while the generous build size adds efficiency to dental, hearing aid and custom jewelry production.
EnvisionTEC launched Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing (cDLM) technology in early 2016 with the Micro Plus cDLM. A twist on their DLP technology, this process allows for continuous motion of the build plate to deliver exceptional build speeds.
EnvisionTEC One cDLM is the largest, most advanced desktop 3D printer ever created. It is bigger, faster, easier to use and more innovative than all the other 3D printers on the market. EnvisionTEC delivers an end to end solution including design software parameter optimization to deliver accurate parts every time with minimal supports. Perfect for a wide variety of 3D printing applications, the Envision One cDLM is capable of printing up to 80 mm/hour, material dependant.
Designed for real production, EnvisionTEC “personal factory” line of 3D printers uses exclusive DLP technology and offers the ability to run lights-out production. First launched in 2002, the Perfactory isn’t just an icon in the 3D printing world – the printer on wheels — it’s a trusted and reliable one. We have long-time users who call just to say hello, and let us know that they’ve never had to ring us up for service.
Applications: Aerospace, Entertainment, Automotive, Jewelry, Dental, Hearing Aid, Consumer Goods, Education, Medical Devices, Manufacturing, Orthodontic and etc
The Xtreme 8K DLP uses dual 4K projector DLP technology to quickly 3D print highly accurate parts. With a large selection of materials, you will be able to produce high-quality end-use parts for a variety of applications, including industrial and medical items. A heated material vat allows for additional materials with highly desirable properties.
So, you need big, heavy-duty parts? EnvisionTEC got you covered with their 3SP technology, which uses a UV laser to scan, spin and selectively photocure resins into large, durable parts up to 95 liters. You do not need to sacrifice accuracy or surface finish to make big 3D objects with 3SP.
EnvisionTEC 3SP printers can build a wide range of manufacturing objects, from functional gears, valves and pumps to fasteners, jigs, fixtures or end effectors. But it’s also being used for mass customized production in the dental industry, where their printers are known for accuracy and an unparalleled smooth surface finish that minimizes post-processing. It can also 3D print tooling for thermoplastic injection moulding.