LuxCreo Provides the Industrialized Ultra-fast 3D Printer for Engineering Printing
LuxCreo's DLP Industrialized Ultra-Fast 3D Printer - Lux 3 and Lux 3L, Designed to provide versatile performance with fast, functional prototyping capabilities and high-throughput engineering production.
LuxCreo's Engineering Products
Form Cycling Accelerates Development and Production of New 3D Printed Saddle with LuxCreo Smart Factory
LuxCreo Provides the Materials Designed for High Production Manufacturing
LuxCreo’s engineering Resins include:
LuxCreo's elastic resin is an ideal material for rapid prototyping and elastic processing parts such as sports shoe midsoles, automotive interiors and industrial suspensions. Based on LEAPTM nano-release technology, the component molding speed is fast, with excellent dimensional accuracy and detail resolution.
LuxCreo's Tough resin is an ideal material for rapid prototyping and small batch test parts processing such as wind tunnel testing, electrical enclosures, tooling fixtures and automotive interior and exterior trim. Based on LEAPTM nano- release technology, the components are formed quickly, post-processing is easy, and it has excellent dimensional accuracy and detail resolution.
LuxCreo's patented 3D LEAP technology is energy efficient. By eliminating the injection molding in our production process, we are able to cut down on costs and minimize potential setbacks in cases where the mold isn't created in time. Additionally, LuxCreo is committed to further increase the percentage of bio-based materials that we use in printing our products.
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