Zortrax makes high-resolution 3D printing easier and cheaper

Posted by John Marello on

Great article on TechCrunch about the Zortrax Inspire UV LCD 3D Printer!

By Matt Burns

3D printers have come a long way since the early days of RepRap and DIY hacker culture. First they flew to great heights with companies like MakerBot and Formlabs, which aimed to create a prosumer product for designers, educators and makers. Then they fell to the doldrums when they became commodity hardware. Many people believed the space was dead.

Now, however, the Polish 3D-printing company, Zortrax, has released their Inkspire UV LCD Printer, a $2,000 SLA printer that offers the speed and quality of resin-based printers with the fit and finish of a carefully designed piece of hardware.

Zortrax Inkspire

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