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Creality’s latest resin 3D printers use new Integral Light Source technology for better prints

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SPONSORED NEWS – As many 3D printer experts know, most resin 3D printers are designed to use parallel emission technology. However, some comments indicate that the joints of the models receive less lighting intensity, resulting in an uneven impression. Broken LED units also negatively influence model accuracy, making it difficult for users to achieve perfect prints.

To solve this problem and optimize the user experience, the Creality R&D team has immersed itself in research to propose a technological breakthrough. This year, Creality successfully launched new resin 3D printers, which adopted next-generation Integral Light Source technology. Featuring stronger illumination intensity, remarkable illumination uniformity and ultra-high printing precision, the next-generation Integral Light Source technology is developed to be impressive.

Why an integral light source?

Lighting uniformity

Parallel emission is a technology commonly used in resin 3D printers that uses a UV LED array and LED units. Therefore, if there are broken LEDs, the printed model will be affected by the uneven lighting. Additionally, the light intensity at the joints is not as consistent with other areas of the model, which will also influence the resulting print.

Different from parallel emission, the new generation of integral light source is based on the working principles of reflection and refraction. Five LED units with four emitter chips for each LED unit ensure 90%+ uniformity with 6000uw/cm² illumination intensity. It doesn’t matter if any LED unit is broken, providing more stable printing condition for users.

According to the test statistics, the illumination uniformity of the new generation integral light source can reach up to 93.5%, while the parallel emission is only 51.1%. Such remarkable uniformity is reliable enough to print precision models with high gloss.

Lighting uniformity differences (visual comparison)

Parallel broadcast Integrated light source

MEDIUM: 7496
MAX: 8965
Accuracy: 51.1%

MEDIUM: 3769
MAX: 3869
Accuracy: 93.5%

Resin 3D printers powered by next-generation Integral Light Source technology dramatically improve printing accuracy. Take the following T0 model as an example. To print a 60 x 60 mm model, the one printed with Integral Light Source technology turns out to be 59.91 x 59.93 mm with an accuracy of up to 99.73%, more accurate than the one printed with Integral Light Source technology. parallel broadcast.

Parallel Emission Printing Technology Integral light source printing technology
Target print size 60 x 60 mm Target print size 60 x 60 mm
Actual print size 59.78 x 59.78 mm Actual print size 59.91 x 59.93 mm
Accuracy: 99.27% Accuracy: 99.73%

Next-generation Integral Light Source technology has been applied to Creality HALOT ONE series, including HALOT ONE, HALOT ONE PRO and HALOT ONE PLUS. Let’s take a close look at the HALOT-ONE PLUS. As a new resin 3D printer launched in 2022, the HALOT-ONE PLUS will impress users with its high precision, intelligence and ease of operation. Its 7.9 inch 4K mono LCD screen allows anime enthusiasts to print their favorite anime characters, tools, etc. Even micro-pores and micro-columns can be vividly printed, bringing imagination to life with every detail.

In addition to anime printing, next-generation Integral Light Source technology is favored by the jewelry industry. Up to 92% lighting uniformity can perfectly print 0.1-0.3mm micro supports for models with complicated structures. The high precision and improved speed greatly improve the 3D printing experience.

Powered by next-generation Integral Light Source technology, HALOT-ONE series resin 3D printers are sure to bring surprises. Anyone interested, why not print something out and have fun?