The Prism resin SLA 3D printer is an exciting new release in the world of 3D printing. Boasting a 120mm x 70mm x 150mm with an easy to remove the magnetic bed. The 2K LCD and solid metal frame allow prints as fine as 25 microns. along with a range of features including:
New to printing or just want to not have to constantly level your bed? Well, the Prism has you covered.
“The levelling system actions at the beginning of every print and when homing the machine. Instead of chasing your tail around levelling and running test prints to make sure the level is right, let the machine take care of that process.”
Fully enclosed resin 3D printer
Fully enclosed with a flip lid. A useful feature for temperature control, stopping dust, dirt or wandering hands from getting in and messing up your prints.
“The Prism supports all major slicers, and will continue to be updated as the software for SLA printing evolves.” This is fantastic news! not only do you get a pre-built printer but you don’t have to use a terrible slicer that is common in these all in one system.
About the beam team from their indiegogo page:
“The Beam Team
The Beam3D Team is composed of professionals who have been involved in consumer electronics for the majority of our careers. At our core, we are 3D printing guys, each with our own stable of 3D printers. In fact, a number of those printers are pieces that we have either developed or used in professional ventures throughout our careers from homebrew kits, entry-level consumer models, and even up to industrial-grade machines.
We see the need for high quality, low-cost resin printers in the community, and we would like to be the ones to deliver on and support that dream.” This is good, a product they want for themselves adding features that will help them use it rather than adding what they think the consumer wants. This leads to more useful and better-implemented features.
All in all I think The Prism 3D Printer has great potential based on the indiegogo campaign. For someone new to the 3D printer world to be able to get the prism printer, a litter of resin and everything you need to start from scratch for £279 is great! So much so I think I’m going to buy one myself for my first resin printer.
link to the Indiegogo campaign from where I have quoted: Here
Curious about different types of 3D printers why not read about the cartesian 3D printers.