Tilting Material Tray
|Also known as the Tilt tray. It comprises of two main parts – a film and a frame. Below the tilt tray assembly is a glass plate. The glass plate stays in position in the printer, below the tilt tray. For more information, check the Installing D4K Pro Material Tray and Cleaning D4K Pro Material Tray pages.
|Also known as Glass Plate. The glass panel is below the tilt tray assembly. The glass panel stays in position in the printer, below the tilt tray, at all times. For more information, check the Cleaning D4K Pro Material Tray page.
|The drip tray is located below the glass plate and is a protective cover that keeps the printer’s internal components clean. For more information, check the Cleaning D4K Pro Material Tray page.
|Also known as Build Plate, Build tray, Printbed, Bed, Build Surface. The surface of the 3D printer on which the 3D printed part is formed. For more information, check the Installing D4K Pro Build Platform and Cleaning D4K Pro Build Platform pages.
PCA 2000 Curing Apparatus
|The Parts Curing Apparatus is used for post-curing the printed models. It utilizes a unique system of UV LED light sources that use both 385nm to deep cure and 405nm for the perfect surface cure of each part. For more information, check the Curing Models page.
PCA 4000 Curing Apparatus
|This Parts Curing Apparatus is used for post-processing the printed models. At 300 watts of LED power, the PCA 4000 has twice the power of the PCA 2000.
|The Otoflash is a light polymerization chamber for the curing of light-curing materials for jewelry, dental and otoplastic applications. Two photoflash lamps at the bottom of the curing chamber produce very intensive light radiation in a spectrum from 300 to 700 nm. As a result, a better hardening of the materials is possible.
PCA 2000 Washing Apparatus
|The Parts Washing Apparatus is a convenient tool to assist in cleaning any uncured resin from 3D printed models. The convenient removable basket allows for ease of use when dipping or extracting objects from the tank. For more information, check the Cleaning Models page.