iBox Nano 3D resin printer enters mass production

The iBox Nano 3D Printer utilizes a revolutionary 3D resin technology, making it a first of its kind.

The technology invented and deployed in the iBox Nano enables a very small yet high resolution 3D resin printer at a price that everyone can afford. The core technology is UVLCD (Ultra-Violet Liquid Crystal Display), which employs UV gating LCDs and high power UV LEDs to cure UV sensitive resin. Other advantages of its UVLCD technology are ultra-low power consumption and silent operation. The Nano´s power consumption is low enough to support battery-powered operation and thus true mobility; also a first for a resin-based 3D printer.

The iBox Nano is the world´s smallest, quietest, and most affordable 3D resin printer. Consumers will benefit from its portability, silent operation, and affordability while creating toys, jewelry, crafts and gifts; now available for USD299 on www.iboxprinters.com or Amazon.com.

The iBox Nano is a 3D resin printer. Resin printers typically print using various technologies such as SLA (stereo lithography), which typically use a laser or DLP projector. iBox Printers has invented a completely new and unique way to 3D Print using UVLCD technology instead of a Laser or Projector – this allows for smaller packaging, completely silent operation, an order of magnitude reduction in power consumption, and, most importantly, a dramatic reduction in pricing. For example, the average competitive resin printer retails for more than USD3,000 and the iBox Nano sells for USD299.