XXL-DLP for Research, Development and Education

Being an open system makes the XXL-DLP printers extremely versatile and well suited for a broad range of research and development activities.

Open System

We are different in offering a completely open system. Off course the combination with our materials works great, but there are many reasons why a different material should be used.

Our systems are not locked to a material. Processing parameters can be fully set to achieve the perfect curing parameters.

In the printer control software it’s possible to set parameters per layer and/or per stl loaded. This makes it extremely easy to test exposure variations and get quick results.


Coming from an engineering background, we understand how R&D processes work – and that each project has it’s own specific challenges. We provide a broad range of options out of the box, but can also provide custom engineering services to meet the requirements of a specific setup.

UV wavelength

Standard is 385nm, also possible are 355, 365, 395 and 405.

Resin container

Full production resin container contains significant amounts of resin. For materials scale-up testing it’s often required to perform smaller scale tests, within the same test setup. For this use case we have small resin containers (4L, 10L, 20L) that can be used for basic curing and sampling tests.





Many universities have several faculties that are either involved in materials & manufacturing research or in product development and prototyping. The XXL-DLP printers provide a great opportunity as a shared resource:

Aerospace engineering: Prototypes, Windtunnel Models, Automated processing research, materials research

Maritime engineering: Boat models, materials research

Architecture: large maquettes

Design engineering: Prototypes

Mechanical engineering: Prototypes, Windtunnel models, materials research

Automotive engineering: Prototypes, Repair technology

Road Map

We are currently working together with NLR on a full digital twin of our printing process.