Being a desktop 3D printer, Zortrax Inspire uses a UV LCD technology for manufacturing parts and functional prototypes from a vat of resin which is itself an anomaly. Other DLP or SLA 3D printers in the same price range are said to work ten times slower than this 3D printer. Using a UV light of wavelength 405 nanometers to cure objects, the printer guarantees that the parts or functional prototypes that you decide to print with the printer are all of the very high quality.
One printer is all you need to make 50 to 80 parts depending on the layer resolution in one and a half hours. So, all you mass-production business doing people, here is a printer that’s going to blow your minds out because it’s going to let you submit before or on your deadlines.
For small business owners, this printer is like a gift. Zortrax uses the slicing software named Z-suite which is easy to use slicing software. You can connect with the printer using an SD card, USB cord as well as wi-fi for uploading your design files. The machine is compatible with all the operating systems and is overall fun to work with devices.
Specification: Zortrax Inkspire
- The printer has a one-way operation process starting from importing print to slicing it.
- The user interface displays comprehensive information to every user that’s helpful for a first-timer who is not all tech-savvy.
- Inspire comes with a self-built model library.
- The menu layout of this printer could be improved to make it more user-friendly than it currently is.