The First 3D Printer with HPS
HYBRID PHOTOSYNTHESIS TECHNOLOGY
Discover the industry’s most accurate
and efficient 3D printing technology.
The Lumia X1 3D printer offers users 24/7 lights-out production. Encompassing all of our revolutionary technologies – Hybrid PhotoSynthesis, TruLayer Technology, and Intelli-Cartridge – combined with industrial dual Z-axis and other high-quality components, Lumia X1 gives customers superior production economics, uptime, repeatability, and printability.
Industry Leading Print Speed
Lumia X1, powered by HPS and TruLayer technologies, offers the fastest print speed on the market while still delivering extreme high resolution for fine feature details and smooth surfaces without pixelation or aliasing surface artifacts. The best of both worlds (print speed + injection molding quality) is now available from a single industrial-grade 3D printer.
Larger Build Volume
With Zero Sacrifices
For normal “DLP only” 3D printers, build size is in direct opposition to the resolution, minimum feature size, and ability to create smooth surfaces without post-processing. Lumia X1 with HPS technology eliminates that trade-off by offering a substantially larger build area than most 4k DLP machines with 45-micron resolution. Providing outstanding speed, size, and resolution makes Lumia X1 the best fit to address various applications, from prototyping and tooling to end-use part production.
Feature Description: Axtra3D’s uniquely developed and patented TruLayer Technology is on-board every Lumia X1 printer. The TruLayer technology offers distinct advantages:
● Rapid detachment of the active print layer from the vat membrane
● No limitations to the cross-sections being printed, including large and bulky cross-sections
● Non-degenerative vat membrane
● Ability to print highly viscous resins
and Beautifully Simple
The Lumia X1 is available both in the open and closed material configurations, offering our customers the highest level of freedom. Designed to handle today’s best materials along with tomorrow’s possibilities, Lumia X1 is capable of processing both filled and unfilled resins with a wide range of viscosities. As more 3D printing materials become available, the Lumia X1 is well positioned to offer access to the widest variety of these “future” materials.