High quality doesn’t always have to come in a big, expensive package. Today, we officially began shipping our ProJet 1200 micro-SLA machine: a small 3D printer that packs a big punch for $4,900. Stereolithography (SLA) sets the benchmark for 3D printing accuracy; with the ProJet 1200, we just scaled it down and lowered the price. So you can quickly produce highly accurate SLA parts from the workbench, countertop or CAD desk. In fact, the ProJet 1200 is smaller than your average coffee maker.
What are people using the ProJet 1200 for?
- Dental work of all types – From crowns to bridges, dental labs use the ProJet 1200 to create smile-worthy, castable patterns in under an hour.
- Jewelry design – The ProJet 1200’s precision makes it great for creating intricate jewelry casting patterns. Designers don’t have to fret over the manufacturability of complex pieces.
- Hobbyists – The possibilities are endless. For small charms, RC car parts, miniatures, intricate pendants, replacement cabinet knobs, tiny action figures, electronic components and housings, game pieces, small assembly components... You get the idea. If it’s a small part and accuracy is important, this affordable 3D printer is for you, just don’t let the size fool you.