UDP printing

Updated on November 14, 2018 in Uniz News & Updates
1 on May 15, 2018

Uni-Directional Peeling (UDP) results from over 2 years’ dedicated effort of UNIZ R&D team. By reducing the up-and-down peel to one-directional peel action, UDP sets a new world record of 3D printing speed, without the necessity of pure oxygen or exotic separation materials.

It’s another part printing in above video.

 

 
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Hey UNIZ,

 

Instead of showing off videos of your UDP prints, how about you help your customers with making UDP more usable? To my knowledge there has been very little (if any) success with UDP printing by your customers.

UDP has too many limitations to be of any use to anybody (in contrast to what your UDP Kickstarter campaign led us to believe), and the UDP machines being shipped out are currently flawed in multiple areas (see these threads for more info: http://forum.uniz.com/thread/slash-pro-multiple-problems-on-brand-new-machine/ 

and

http://forum.uniz.com/thread/resin-pump-came-out-tore-resin-tray/

and

 http://forum.uniz.com/thread/very-uneven-result-with-udp-print-of-example-included-in-the-latest-software-update/ 

and

http://forum.uniz.com/thread/udp-mode-is-a-joke-not-meeting-expectations-set-by-kickstarter-campaign-disappointed/ 

and

http://forum.uniz.com/thread/udp-printing-rules/

and

http://forum.uniz.com/thread/print-problems-with-simple-object-and-udp-orange-resin/

and

http://forum.uniz.com/thread/udp-settings/ )

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