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Dinsmore Inc Stereolithography Machines

Dinsmore Inc. announced it now offers large format Stereolithography (SLA) capabilities with the new 3D System’s ProX® 800 for 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Expanding on Dinsmore’s array of SLA equipment, the ProX 800 offers a build area of 25.6 x 29.5 x 21.65 in.

Dinsmore customers have already seen successful results from the technology in applications such as complex assemblies, jigs and fixtures, custom dental and orthodontic designs, investment casting patterns and more. The new machine has also been optimized to support repeatable production runs for large automotive parts, medical device parts and small, precise medical devices.

“We are very pleased Dinsmore, Inc has chosen to add a ProX SLA 800 to their suite of additive manufacturing solutions,” said Herbert Koeck, senior vice president and general manager, go to market, 3D Systems. “As the innovator of Stereolithography, 3D Systems is the leader in offering the ideal combination of software, materials and hardware. Our large-scale ProX 800 enables Dinsmore to provide its customers precise, superior surface finish and accurate parts. Whether the need is for one or hundreds of parts, super fine features, small parts or extra-large patterns, Dinsmore can rely on the ProX SLA 800 to complete projects quickly.”

“After evaluating other SLA technologies on the market, the addition of the ProX 800 to our family of machines was the clear choice. Its precision, speed and affordability allow us to continually provide our customers with great parts and service,” - Jay Dinsmore, President and Founder of Dinsmore, Inc.

The ProX SLA 800 is a highly efficient large-scale Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer – productive and reliable, with highest accuracy and precision, and the broadest range of Accura® plastic materials. The materials were developed and engineered to deliver ABS, polypropylene or polycarbonate-like material characteristics to meet various applications and industry-specific requirements as well as USP class IV certified material and composites for tooling and fixtures.

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