- Raspberry Pi
- Digital & analog sensors
- Development boards
- More +
...where a bunch of geeks got together to make other people's ideas come to life.
Our 3D printer uses MultiJet Printing (MJP) technology, which is more advanced and precise than the initial FDM and SLA printing types. MJP works similarly to an inkjet printer, but instead of depositing powdered ink, it uses a piezo printhead technology to deposit casting wax or plastic resin that is cured by light. The printhead works first on the horizontal layers and then works its way up until all vertical layers are completed.
This professional, industrial-grade machine is capable of producing high-resolution prototypes. It will deliver prototypes similar to those done by CNC, which stands for Computer Numeric Control, currently the highest precision prototyping technology available on the market. The printer offers one of the highest Z-direction resolution, building layers as thin as 32 microns, or 0.032 millimeters. It also offers a large platform, with a maximum build capacity of 11.6 × 8.3 × 5.6 inches, or 294 x 210 x 142 mm.
This technology allows our customers to test their prototypes and gather feedback before mass manufacturing them. At Jaycon Systems, we take DFM seriously when it comes to our customers' products. Design for Manufacturing, popularly referred to as DFM, is the process of designing and engineering products so they are in their most optimal form for cost-effective and efficient mass production.