X-Cube 3 is SainSmart’s first stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer! With exceptional printing accuracy, the X-Cube 3 is ideally suited for high detailed parts where accuracy, tolerance, and intricate features are highly desired.
Utilizing SLA technology, the X-Cube 3 is best used for printing high-detail parts where tight tolerances and intricate features are needed, such as jewelry and dental prototyping. Its 4.7 x 2.4 “(120 x 60mm) build plate allows multiple parts to be printed at once. With a total build volume of 4.7 x 2.4 x 7.9” (120 x 60 x 200mm)!
Double Linear Rails
With this patented design, stability is greatly improved allowing fast printing while not affecting layer accuracy.
High Level of Resolution
Equipped with a 2K (2560*1440) 5.5-inch high-resolution screen, X-Cube 3 is capable of producing high-resolution prints with layer heights as low as 0.025mm, and tolerances in the XY direction as small as +/-0.05mm.
Cost Effective and Fully Assembled
Compared to most SLA 3D printers with a $2000+ price tag, X-Cube 3 is one of the most affordable 3D printers in its class, with fantastic print quality and speed! This printer comes fully assembled out of the box! No DIY assembly required.
X-Cube 3’s built-in Wi-Fi capability allows you to remotely use the printer over your home or business network! No need for USB cables or SD cards!
Equipped with 2.8" 320*240 colorful TFT display, using thumbwheel adjust key, the operation is simple and easy.
Analyze UART, I2C, SPI, and many other standard protocols. Especially for UART, SPI, I2C, and other communications debugging.
Its small form factor conveniently fits inside any pocket so it's always ready when you need it.
The built-in 8 MB flash storage makes saving images and transferring data easier than ever.
Simple to Use
Product instructions are provided, but if you get stuck, check out the SainSmart wiki page or contact us with any questions that arise.
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