When good enough isn’t good enough, it has to be Solidscape.
We are the exclusive Solidscape distributor in Poland.
Solidscape® 3D printers are used to make wax models for lost-wax casting. The material does not expand with increased temperature during firing, does not produce ash residues and has been created primarily for perfect casting.
The 3D printer reads 3D model files in STL or SLC format. The machine creates solids by adding subsequent layers with a defined thickness of 0.00625 mm to 0.0762 and resolution [dpi] of 5000 x 5000 x max. 8000 XYZ. Each layer is leveled with a milling blade to the appropriate height. The patterns are very precise and have an excellent surface finish.
For years, Solidscape has been the first choice among jewelers for machines creating patterns for production due to the precision, quality-price ratio and ease of use.
Our Warsaw workshop is equipped with a Solidscape S350 printer (flagship model).
How do wax printers work?
Precision heads drop build and support material at an XY resolution of 5000*5000 dpi (while the resolution of most other precision printers is ca. 1500 dpi). This is known as drop-on-demand.
A milling blade removes excess material to achieve an ultra-precise layer of a defined thickness (from 0.006 mm). This provides the best surface quality, the sharpest edges and a repeatable process (you can print the same models with the same result, including simultaneously on the entire build area of 15 x 15 cm).
Solidscape model gallery:
Solidscape S325 and S325+
Solidscape S325 and S325+ are the cheapest 3D wax printers from Solidscape. The S325 printer uses 0.025 mm layers exclusively and maintains the speed of the flagship S350 printer. The S325+ printer was introduced to the market in April 2021 and uses 0.038 mm layers exclusively while maintaining the speed of a S370 printer, which means that it prints about 2 times faster than S325.
Download: Solidscape S325 – leaflet.
The Solidscape wax printer uses layers of 0.006 to 0.025 mm (in 0.006 mm increments). It is the slowest among Solidscape printers.