Designing with Digital Light Synthesis™
More than just functional.
This is the age of innovation. Getting product to market faster, better and more efficiently than your competition is critical to your client’s survival.
So, when a technology comes along that promises to print 100 times faster than traditional 3D printing methods, and to deliver stronger, smoother products to boot, you might think all your prayers have been answered. Almost all of them. This is a technology limited currently only by print area size, but its inventors say bigger print areas are imminent.
Digital Light Synthesis™, pioneered by Californian tech giants Carbon Inc, uses a photochemical process to project light through an oxygen-permeable window into a reservoir of UV-curable resin. Resultant parts are layer free and have consistent, isotropic and predictable mechanical properties. Carbon has poured as much effort into developing resins for its technology as it has producing the technology itself. Parts can be soft, hard, rubbery, somewhere in between, biocompatible, tough, tear-resistant, the list goes on.
Digital Light Synthesis™ opens as many opportunities for design and product development as you want to imagine. Its continual production process enables multiple iterations of your design in one print; and, of course, it means prototyping can turn into production without having to create tools. Because it has been developed with production in mind, the more efficient we are with platform utilisation, the more economical it becomes for the end user.
If you'd like to find out more, join us for our exclusive (registered attendees only) event in London:
Designing with Digital Light Synthesis™, the Future of 3D Printing
with Steve Wishau, Carbon Inc.
21st February 2019, 1230 - 1530
at the premises of ADS Group Limited, Salamanca Square, 9 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SP
An exclusive event for design and project leaders from the UK's product and industrial design agencies. Lunch included.
To register, please email email@example.com to receive a confirmed invitation by return. Limited places available.
See you in London on 21 February.