Thats crazy!! I was thinking about a B9creator
http://b9creator.com/ But that one looks like a viable alternative too..
I wonder if the UV laser scanner is better overall versus the DLP projector with color wheel removed (as used on B9creator).. Youd think printing a whole layer at a time might have an advantage in speed and maybe staility, and from the few close up shots Id almost say the B9 looks to have higher resolution, but really hard to compare.. What do you think?
What are the dimensions and resolution of the build volume?
Build volume varies, depending on resolution.
Resolutions in the x/y plane (horizontal) of 50 to 100 microns are possible by adjustment of the projector’s position and focus.
Resolutions in the z (vertical) build axis from 100 to less than 10 microns are possible via software selection. Using higher resolutions in the z-axis may result in slower build rates. We suggest using the same z axis resolution as the x/y plane.
At the 100 micron x/y pixels setting, the build area is 102.4 mm (4.03″) x 76.8 mm (3.02″) x 203.2 mm (8.0″).
At the 50 micron x/y pixels setting, the build area is 51.2 mm (2.02″) x 38.4 mm (1.52″) x 203.2 mm (8.0″).