3D printers

  • 16-Mar-2015 03:27 EDT
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Old World Labs introduces two 3D printers in its MC Series, delivering precision and accuracy with improved resolution. The MC-1 and MC-2 are available through a service plan subscription, allowing users to upgrade the hardware as the technology is refined to ensure small-volume parts are printed at optimum quality. The MC-1 is a high-precision nano-scale photo fabrication device designed for engineering. The printer can be run constantly to maximize productivity and includes a selection of services, support, training, and consultation packages. The MC-2 features an advanced control board, numerous upgraded lasers for processing multiple materials, and improved software. Both printers feature 250x the resolution of other 3D printers and are suitable for automotive laboratories and research facilities. 

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