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Ackuretta Announces Global Availability of its Ackuray A96 and A135 DLP 3D Printers

Ackuretta Technologies, a leading innovator and manufacturer of professional grade 3D printers and materials, has announced the global availability of the Ackuray A96 and A135 3D printers. Based on digital light processing (DLP) technology and built with components that offer full auto calibration, the Ackuray series provides high-precision, speed and reliability.

Ackuretta’s Ackuray Series features enhanced DLP technology with a UV LED light engine that uniformly distributes light across the build platform. With average build speeds of up to 4 cm per hour in Z for the full build platform, the Ackuray series takes productivity to new levels. The Ackuray A96 (50m resolution) has a build size of 96 x 54 x 130 mm while the Ackuray A135 (70m resolution) has a build size of 135 x 76 x 130 mm.

“Many manufacturing processes are adopting 3D printing to expedite workflows and reduce costs,” said Ayush Bagla, Managing Director at Ackuretta Technologies. “Investment in this adoption comes at an extenstive cost and this was the catalyst for our development of the Ackuray Series, which offers precision and speed at an affordable cost.”

System Highlights Include:

  • Powerful UV LED Projector: Industrial-grade UV lens creating perfect high-resolution slices.

  • Advanced Print Process: Offers precise, consistent, long-lasting performance

  • Open Material System: Take advantage of a wide array of materials on the market including certified and bio-compatible materials.

  • Hybrid Duravat: Consistent performance for over 300 prints.

  • Bundled with “Magics for Ackuretta” Software: High-powered software for complex prints.

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