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Zortrax Inkspire
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Resin 3D printing made better

The technology behind Zortrax Inkspire relies on a high resolution LCD screen with UV LED backlighting 
to cure photopolymers layer by layer 

Microscopic precision
The smallest object Zortrax Inkspire can 3D print is a cuboid measuring 50x50x25 microns
Consistent speed
Same high speed of 20-36 mm/h is maintained regardless of how much of the workspace is filled
External resins
All available resins that can be cured by light with 405 nm wavelength are supported
On-the-fly Settings
Print settings like time of layer's exposure or rest between layers can be changed on the fly

Meet UV LCD technology

Stereolithography (SLA) and Digital Light Processing (DLP) are two traditional resin 3D printing technologies. In SLA, the precision is constant, but the speed of operation is in inverse proportion to the amount of workspace taken by the model. In DLP, the speed of operation is constant, but the precision falls as the amount of used workspace increases. Zortrax UV LCD offers constant high speed and precision regardless of how much of the workspace is in use.

Serial production

Zortrax Inkspire maintains constant high speed of operation and accuracy regardless of how much of the workspace is used. With one printer making 50 to 80 parts in 1h 30min, 30 printers working together can offer an approximate monthly output of 360,000 to 500,000 parts. That's why Zortrax Inkspire can work as a basic production unit in easily scalable 3D printing farms capable of short-series manufacturing.

Compatible resins

Zortrax Inkspire works with a dedicated Zortrax Resin Basic. External resins are fully supported, provided they can be cured by light with 405 nm wavelength.

Zortrax Resin Basic

Zortrax Resin Basic is a photopolymer designed specifically for Zortrax Inkspire. It guarantees impeccable accuracy of details and great mechanical properties at the same time. It is available in white.

External Resins

External resins compatible with Zortrax Inkspire include special purpose photopolymers designed for applications in dental prosthetics or jewelry design i.a.

Applications

Resin 3D printing is a technology perfect for professionals working in fields where very small yet incredibly detailed models are needed. The precision and speed of Zortrax Inkspire makes it a game changing tool for dentists, jewelers, and watch designers among others.

Flexible manufacturing

Zortrax Inkspire 3D printers offer scalable, flexible manufacturing capabilities for businesses needing small, precise components. It is a perfect tool for engineers working at research and development departments and on production lines in various industries from automotive through aerospace to consumer electronics.

Art and entertainment

Small yet beautifully designed models made on resin 3D printers are useful for artists and the entertainment industry. Detailed figurines can be made for board games. Small intricate gifts made in limited series are perfect for marketing and public relations departments.

Dental prosthetics

Resin 3D printers are particularly useful in making dental casts faster and more efficient. Compared with traditional dental modeling techniques, Zortrax Inkspire allows less invasive procedures requiring little to no patient's involvement. 3D printed models of patients' oral cavities are used to form dental casts, prostheses, and bridges.

Jewelry design

Modeling intricate rings, necklaces, and other jewelry requires an immense precision a good resin 3D printer can offer. 3D printed models are used in the lost wax casting process. A master model is immersed in a refractory casting material to create a mold for final jewelry items made of various metals.

Surgical precision

From art to engineering, Zortrax Inkspire is perfect in all applications where superior precision makes the difference. With 50x50 microns pixel size and 25 microns minimal layer height, it can 3D print models with no visible layering or vertical lines. The human eye can't see individual pixels when the image has more than 336 pixels per inch. Pixel density in models 3D printed on Zortrax Inkspire exceeds this value regardless of the viewing angle.

Z-SUITE for Zortrax Inkspire

Z-SUITE is a dedicated slicing and 3D printing farm management software that comes free with every Zortrax 3D printer. Now it has a number of additional functionalities to make working with Zortrax Inkspire an effortless experience.

Programmable pause
Z-SUITE calculates how much resin is needed to print each layer of the model and allows to schedule a pause precisely when a refill is necessary
 
Smart supports
Times of exposure to UV light for the model and support structures can be set independently
Remote management
Prints can be paused or resumed and progress can be monitored remotely on each Zortrax Inkspire connected to the same Wi-Fi network
Description

Details

Resin 3D printing made better

The technology behind Zortrax Inkspire relies on a high resolution LCD screen with UV LED backlighting 
to cure photopolymers layer by layer 

Microscopic precision
The smallest object Zortrax Inkspire can 3D print is a cuboid measuring 50x50x25 microns
Consistent speed
Same high speed of 20-36 mm/h is maintained regardless of how much of the workspace is filled
External resins
All available resins that can be cured by light with 405 nm wavelength are supported
On-the-fly Settings
Print settings like time of layer's exposure or rest between layers can be changed on the fly

Meet UV LCD technology

Stereolithography (SLA) and Digital Light Processing (DLP) are two traditional resin 3D printing technologies. In SLA, the precision is constant, but the speed of operation is in inverse proportion to the amount of workspace taken by the model. In DLP, the speed of operation is constant, but the precision falls as the amount of used workspace increases. Zortrax UV LCD offers constant high speed and precision regardless of how much of the workspace is in use.

Serial production

Zortrax Inkspire maintains constant high speed of operation and accuracy regardless of how much of the workspace is used. With one printer making 50 to 80 parts in 1h 30min, 30 printers working together can offer an approximate monthly output of 360,000 to 500,000 parts. That's why Zortrax Inkspire can work as a basic production unit in easily scalable 3D printing farms capable of short-series manufacturing.

Compatible resins

Zortrax Inkspire works with a dedicated Zortrax Resin Basic. External resins are fully supported, provided they can be cured by light with 405 nm wavelength.

Zortrax Resin Basic

Zortrax Resin Basic is a photopolymer designed specifically for Zortrax Inkspire. It guarantees impeccable accuracy of details and great mechanical properties at the same time. It is available in white.

External Resins

External resins compatible with Zortrax Inkspire include special purpose photopolymers designed for applications in dental prosthetics or jewelry design i.a.

Applications

Resin 3D printing is a technology perfect for professionals working in fields where very small yet incredibly detailed models are needed. The precision and speed of Zortrax Inkspire makes it a game changing tool for dentists, jewelers, and watch designers among others.

Flexible manufacturing

Zortrax Inkspire 3D printers offer scalable, flexible manufacturing capabilities for businesses needing small, precise components. It is a perfect tool for engineers working at research and development departments and on production lines in various industries from automotive through aerospace to consumer electronics.

Art and entertainment

Small yet beautifully designed models made on resin 3D printers are useful for artists and the entertainment industry. Detailed figurines can be made for board games. Small intricate gifts made in limited series are perfect for marketing and public relations departments.

Dental prosthetics

Resin 3D printers are particularly useful in making dental casts faster and more efficient. Compared with traditional dental modeling techniques, Zortrax Inkspire allows less invasive procedures requiring little to no patient's involvement. 3D printed models of patients' oral cavities are used to form dental casts, prostheses, and bridges.

Jewelry design

Modeling intricate rings, necklaces, and other jewelry requires an immense precision a good resin 3D printer can offer. 3D printed models are used in the lost wax casting process. A master model is immersed in a refractory casting material to create a mold for final jewelry items made of various metals.

Surgical precision

From art to engineering, Zortrax Inkspire is perfect in all applications where superior precision makes the difference. With 50x50 microns pixel size and 25 microns minimal layer height, it can 3D print models with no visible layering or vertical lines. The human eye can't see individual pixels when the image has more than 336 pixels per inch. Pixel density in models 3D printed on Zortrax Inkspire exceeds this value regardless of the viewing angle.

Z-SUITE for Zortrax Inkspire

Z-SUITE is a dedicated slicing and 3D printing farm management software that comes free with every Zortrax 3D printer. Now it has a number of additional functionalities to make working with Zortrax Inkspire an effortless experience.

Programmable pause
Z-SUITE calculates how much resin is needed to print each layer of the model and allows to schedule a pause precisely when a refill is necessary
 
Smart supports
Times of exposure to UV light for the model and support structures can be set independently
Remote management
Prints can be paused or resumed and progress can be monitored remotely on each Zortrax Inkspire connected to the same Wi-Fi network
Printing  
Technology UV LCD
Pixel size 50 microns (0.05 mm)
Layer thickness 25, 50, 100 microns
Print speed 20-36 mm/h
   
Device  
Build volume 74 x 132 x 175 mm (2.9 x 5.2 x 6.9 in)
Support Mechanically removed - printed with the same material as the model
Light source UV integrated light (wavelength 405 nm)
Connectivity Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB
Operating system Android
Processor Quad Core
Touchscreen 4" IPS 800 x 480
Available materials Zortrax Photopolymer Resin Basic
External materials Applicable
   
Software  
Software bundle Z-SUITE
Supported file types .stl, .obj, .dxf, .3mf, .zcodex
Supported formats .cws, .zcodex
Supported operating systems Mac OS X / Windows 7 and newer versions
   
Weight and physical dimensions  
Device (W x D x H) 210 x 210 x 420 mm (8.3 x 8.3 x 16.5 in)
Shipping box 315 x 312 x 530 mm (12.4 x 12.3 x 20.9 in)
Shipping weight 10.5 kg (23.1 lb)
Device weight* 9.2 kg (20.3 lb)
Net weight 7,6 kg (16,8 lb)
   
Temperature  
Ambient operation temperature 20 - 30° C (68 - 86° F)
Storage temperature 0 - 35° C (32 - 95° F)
   
Electrical  
AC input 110 V ~ 5.9 A 50/60 Hz 240 V ~ 2.5A 50/60 Hz
Maximum power consumption 50 W
   
In the box  
3D Printer, Z-SUITE, Starter Kit, Zortrax Photopolymer Resin Basic (500 ml)  

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