Photocentric received the prestigious Queen’s Award for Innovation for the third time, this time for their work in using LCD screens to increase the speed and accessibility of 3D printers around the world, including in Bulgaria, reported by 3DBGPRINT, the company’s exclusive representative for Bulgaria.
“Since 2002, Photocentric has been at the forefront of innovation for the production of various light-cured resins based on photopolymer LCD. Having patents on technologies for curing light resin through an LCD screen, Photocentric has supported and innovated a wide range of applications over the past 20 years, including the production of 3D printers using LCD technology, commented by 3DBGPRINT.
“The 3D printing method developed almost 6 years ago and implemented with the Liquid Crystal Magna (LC Magna) printer has begun to change the way we produce it. One of the best examples of this is the production of thousands of face shields on a scale that cannot be compared to other 3D printing methods, namely over 5000 pcs / day. In our showroom, you can see both LC Magna with its impressive volume for printing and application for functional parts, prototyping, dentistry, medicine, etc., and Liquid Crystal Precision 1.5 with a print accuracy of up to 47 microns, 3DBGPRINT adds.