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Photocentric’s new LC Opus LCD printer hits the US market

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In the fall of 2021 Photocentric, the inventors of LCD-based 3D printing, launched LC Opus, its quickest LCD printer yet. Breaking the company’s pre-order record in the UK, the printer is now available to buy in the US.

Perfect size for a desktop or workbench, the LC Opus is ideally suited for a huge variety of applications and environments. The rugged LC Opus is fast and accurate delivering reliable and repeatable performance. With a unique design featuring a custom monochrome screen, the printer comes pre-calibrated and ready to print out of the box.

“We wanted to build a reliable and versatile printer that was easy to use and delivered a great performance,’’ said Paul Anfinson, CEO, Photocentric inc. “It provides customers with a speedy, simple, and versatile solution that is equally at home in a dental laboratory or a workshop. With its fast cure speed, low running costs, and impressive build volume, LC Opus is an excellent all-rounder.”

In the fall of 2021 Photocentric launched LC Opus, its quickest LCD printer yet. The LC Opus is now available to buy in the US.

LC Opus features even light distribution for a repeatable, uniform cure, as well as ultra-quiet PWM fans which provide quiet and efficient cooling, enabling it to run at high temperatures for sustained periods. Trinamic motor drivers enable smooth and quiet operation. Its rugged aluminum construction, solvent-resistant paint, and long-life vat ensure durability for years to come. Its tough annealed red plastic hood is also resistant to cracking from chemical exposure. Photocentric’s patented ‘Vat-Lift’ peel release technology ensures reliability over large surface area printing. Designed and manufactured in the UK, LC Opus is the 9th 3D printer to be manufactured by the innovative UK business and replaces the LC Dental.

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