Carima is taking the lead in supplying 3D printer in areas of product manufacturing and R&D through its self-developed equipment/software and is contributing on educating specialists in 3D printing.
Micro unit scaffold(X/Y≤50μm) enables high precision output and the z-axis thickness
[IM2(57) standard -30μm]
Uses 365nm/385nm/405nm UV LED light source
for fast printing.
[IM2 standard - prints 20cm /1 hour]
99% light uniformity allows excellent reproducibility.
smooth and fine surface.
[IM2(57) standard -30μm
Carima develops DLP (Digital Light Processing)
3D printers that cure photo curable liquid resins with DLP projectors to produce printouts
Use carima resins for perfect printing
(Carima Continuous Additive Technology)
C-CAT stands for Carima Continuous Additive Technology, allowing DLP 3D printers to print fast, continuous layers. C-CAT was first revealed in 2015, and the new C-CAT has unveiled in 2020. The new C-CAT has been newly improved and developed to print faster, accurate continuous layers.
The existing continuous layer method uses an oxygen layer to release force causing the layer to become thinner or disappear due to the inflow of resin. In order to minimize the dissipation, our technology dramatically improved the disjunctive surface technology so that it can be less than 1/100th lower than the existing film. We have not only improved the dissipation but also increased the option to choose output layer thickness. Due to its weak release force, continuous molding is possible during printing, allowing to print output up to 60cm per hour.
The technology is compatible with Carima’s industrial materials such as Tough BLK and Rigid BLK, as well as photopolymers from other companies.
(Left) Nasal Swab / (Right) Armcast
1. Print output at the speed of 30cm to 120cm(maximize speed depending on the output)
2. Increased thickness and speed maximizes productivity per unit volume
3. Different types of material reactivity and viscosity information can be applied to continuous layers.
4. Easy-to-use and user-friendly because no separate device is required.
6. High reproducibility rate
Carima founded in 2000, is the first 3D printer manufacturer in Korea.