If you're a 3D printing enthusiast, you'll want to know how Creality's Integral Light Source Technology can help you achieve more accuracy.
Conventional resin 3D printers, although useful, are riddled with problems. From uneven surfaces to less-than-perfect precision, resin printers lack in many aspects.
Creality claims to improve upon these problems with its new Integral Light Source technology.
Let’s dive into Creality’s new Halot-One series and see how Integral Light Source makes a difference.
Halot-One Pro and Halot-One Plus Come With the New Integral Light Source Technology
Creality's newest additions to the Halot-One series of 3D resin printers, the Halot-One Pro and the Halot-One Plus, forgo the Parallel Emission technology in use in most resin printers in favor of the in-house developed Integral Light Source technology.
Integral Light Source technology uses reflection and refraction to work with the help of five LED lights with four emission chips per LED. The increased number of LED lights and emission units provides redundancy. So, if one light unit fails, the overall print quality doesn’t suffer.
Creality claims that its Integral Light Source technology offers enhanced lighting intensity, super precise printing, and excellent lighting evenness compared to the traditional Parallel Emission technique.
For instance, the new Halot-One Plus can achieve a lighting intensity of 4500uw/cm² with more than 90% surface evenness.
Benefits of Using Integral Light Source
Before we discuss the benefits offered by the Integral Light Source technique, we must see the drawbacks of using the conventional Parallel Emission technology.
Parallel Emission technology uses a UV LED matrix to produce light. Understandably, if one or more LED units in the matrix stop working, it increases surface unevenness and decreases the precision of the final print.
Furthermore, the joints in a 3D print reflect the light in a Parallel Emission environment, resulting in increased unevenness.
Creality’s Integral Light Source featured in the Halot-One series solves both problems. Per the company’s internal testing, where Parallel Emission only achieves 73.4% surface evenness, Integral Light Source can produce up to 94.05% evenness.
Similarly, printers outfitted with Integral Light Source can reach a remarkable accuracy of 99.73% compared to 99.27% achievable with Parallel Emission.
Creality's Halot-One Series Are Amazing Enthusiast 3D Printers
Creality’s Halot-One Plus and Halot-One Pro improve upon traditional 3D resin printers in almost every way.
From producing the smallest details like micropores to the incredible surface evenness, Halot-One series is perfect for 3D printing enthusiasts.
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