Anycubic Photon D2 DLP
Photon D2 is Anycubic’s newest resin printer, which offers high precision and premium experience. The printer uses DLP (Digital light processing) 3D printing technology, thousands of mirrors (DMD) which concentrate the light with minimal diffusion directly to the bottom of the resin vat, thus improving the uniformity of light and achieving ultra-high precision printing results.
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The application of the latest light uniformity algorithm increases the light uniformity to more than 92%. Combined with the anti-aliasing algorithm, the anti-aliasing effect is significantly enhanced, bringing more details to the miniatures.
10 Times Life Span
Empowered by the DLP projector that of a life span of 20,000 hours, there is no need to replace screens like an LCD printer, which per screen of a life span of 2,000 hours, making you save up a significant amount of maintenance cost.
Larger Printing Dimension
Compared with Anycubic Photon Ultra, the printing volume of Anycubic Photon D2 increases by 62% to reach 130.56mm*73.44mm*165mm; and the printing area, rises by 55% to reach 95.42cm².
Quiet Printing Experience
The application of DLP® technology unlocks the possibility of designing a printer without a fan for heat dissipation as the light source modules only generate little heat while operating. Bringing a quiet and soothing printing experience.
Low Energy Consumption
The Digital Light Processing (DLP®) technology can efficiently utilize the light source, which makes the printer power as low as 15W, only 1/4 the power of LCD printers.
The dedicatedly designed Laser engraving pattern significantly enhances the adhesion of the printing platform, bringing a better printing success rate.
No Fear for a Close Check
With DLP® technology, Anycubic Photon D2 DLP resin 3D printer handles more accurate and precise 3D printing, capturing more vivid details.
Whether it is intricate craftsmanship and individual tailoring in the field of jewellery design, the need for high precision in dental applications, or even the demands of professionals and hobbyists for a wide range of models and artworks.