Flashforge Hunter is a DLP (Digital Light Processing) 3D printer, which allows users to print 3D objects in an extremely detailed way. Hunter uses DLP photopolymer resin for additive manufacturing. Build high-quality detailed components with good surfaces. Since DLP 3D printers process an entire layer of a 3D model simultaneously, production time is shorter than with SLA 3D print jobs. Flashforge Hunter operates at high production speeds and produces excellent details. Equipped with a touch screen to give the input
The Flashforge Hunter DLP 3D printer is compatible with third-party DLP resins. Now you have more flexibility to try different types of resin. Use castable resin, hard resin, biocompatible resin and other high-tech photopolymers for additive manufacturing. Therefore, the Hunter DLP 3D printer is your choice if you want to 3D print highly detailed engineering prototypes, castable ring models or even make medical models. Make parts with long life and beautiful surfaces.
The Flashforge Hunter DLP 3D printer uses a self-developed Full HD 1080p resolution lighting engine. This ensures a more stable LED intensity and better 3D print quality. Hunter DLP adopts the self-developed Flashforges light engine. The light projector is adjusted to a particular wavelength (405nm LED) for 3D printing. The optimized polymerization wavelength is best suited for the DLP 3D printing process. Profit from improved additive manufacturing quality.
The industrial-grade Z-axis linear guide actuator module allows for accuracy up to 20 microns. Get a smoother 3D printing surface.
The notched build plate can be replaced quickly and no calibration is required. This means faster 3D printing speed and easier post-treatment. The build plate is very solid.
The motherboard with advanced architecture and the proprietary self-developed light engine work perfectly. The 800 MHz dual-core ARM processor ensures high performance and a better user experience. The motherboard is designed and manufactured in a 10-layer high precision board, safeguarding EMC, the integrity and stability of the projection signal.