DLP or Digital Light Processing is a technology that uses vat polymerization to cure photopolymer resin under a light source. The process involves projecting a light in the image of a layer to the bottom of the vat, this cures the resin into a solid forming layer, the process is then repeated to create a complete model. Digital Light Processing’s method of pulsing light images onto the layers that help create highly detailed models that have minimal layers showing through as a single layer is cured as compared to a single point trace as in traditional laser sintering methods.The high speed and accuracy of DLP compared to other additive manufacturing methods make it desirable for building visual prototypes that have high demand in the dental, medical and jewellery industry.

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DLP or Digital Light Processing is a technology that uses vat polymerization to cure photopolymer resin under a light source. The process involves projecting a light in the image of a layer to the bottom of the vat, this cures the resin into a solid forming layer, the process is then repeated to create a complete model. Digital Light Processing’s method of pulsing light images onto the layers that help create highly detailed models that have minimal layers showing through as a single layer is cured as compared to a single point trace as in traditional laser sintering methods.The high speed and accuracy of DLP compared to other additive manufacturing methods make it desirable for building visual prototypes that have high demand in the dental, medical and jewellery industry.

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DLP or Digital Light Processing is a technology that uses vat polymerization to cure photopolymer resin under a light source. The process involves projecting a light in the image of a layer to the bottom of the vat, this cures the resin into a solid forming layer, the process is then repeated to create a complete model. Digital Light Processing’s method of pulsing light images onto the layers that help create highly detailed models that have minimal layers showing through as a single layer is cured as compared to a single point trace as in traditional laser sintering methods.The high speed and accuracy of DLP compared to other additive manufacturing methods make it desirable for building visual prototypes that have high demand in the dental, medical and jewellery industry.

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