To get your print job underway, first import an .stl or .obj file to the Gizmetor software. Gizmetor then slices the 3D object into horizontal 2D images called layers.
These layers are stored in a .gizmo file, which is then opened in GiziPrint to print the object.
The software offers a variety of settings that you can experiment with to achieve the level of quality print you need.
When you print, the layers are projected onto a bath of UV curable resin one by one (using HD DLP projectors), curing the resin and building the object layer by layer. As each layer is completed, the build plate lowers incrementally from the top of the resin surface into the vat. The light from the projectors hardens these layers sequentially, and then stacks them on top of each other to form the 3D object.
Gizmo 3D’s unique technology suspends the object inside the liquid-filled vat as it is created, minimising the stress that is placed on the model during creation. This means one can often get away with having less supports on the model and achieve a finer level of detail. At the end of the print comes the big reveal, as the build plate lifts the object slowly out of the resin.
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