DLSTM uses digital UV light projection, oxygen permeable optics, and programmable liquid resins to make reliable, watertight, isotropic plastic parts with a surface finish similar to injection molding.
Why Make Parts Using The Carbon DLSTM Process?
- Parts produced by Carbon DLSTM are stronger and more resilient with exceptional accuracy and mechanical properties
- Carbon DLSTM parts undergo secondary thermal curing to ensure produced parts have engineering-grade mechanical properties
Benefits of Carbon DLSTM Process With Us
Strong & Reliable Part Production
- Create previously impossible geometries like lattices
- Fully dense end-use parts
- Secondary curing process produces parts that are strong in all directions (X, Y, Z axes)
- Part consolidation – better performing parts and streamlined production
Quality & Service Partner
- Get the support you need to ensure the produced part is on time and meets your design needs
- Lead times as low as 3 days
- DfAM and dedicated project managers ensure you get your part right from the very beginning
Carbon DLSTM M2 Printer
Maximum Part Size:
7.4 x 4.6 x 12.8 inches (189 x 118 x 326 mm)
Layerless, isotropic parts
Up to +/- 0.003 inches in + 0.001 inch per inch dimension size
(Up to +/- 0.070 mm + 0.001 mm per mm dimension size)
Up to +/- 0.002 inch (Up to +/- 0.04 mm)
Can be as low as 3 days
- Epoxy (EPX)
- Rigid Polyurethane (RPU)
- Flexible Polyurethane (FPU)
- Elastomeric Polyurethane (EPU)
- Multi-Purpose Polyurethane (MPU)
Applications For Carbon DLSTM
Use Carbon DLSTM when you need low-volume production of strong, high quality parts with uniform surface finish and industrial-grade mechanical properties. Here are some example applications:
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