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DLi’s Jorge Moguel at Inside 3D Printing Conference

DLi’s Executive Vice President Jorge Moguel spoke at the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo December 4-5, 2017, in San Diego, California. Jorge presented in the session Demystifying DLP® Technology and its Future in 3D Printing” on December 4 at 3:35pm.

Consumer grade 3D printers and DIYers have been using generally available DLP® projectors for stereolithography for years. Makers of professional grade printers have resorted to modifying off-the-shelf projectors to get better performance. Now, with Carbon’s introduction of CLIP, DLP® has recaptured the interest and imagination of the 3D printing world. With origins in the broadcast and cinema industries, DLP® has a unique nomenclature. This session will explain how DLP® projectors are specified, what are available trade-offs and how these trade-offs impact your 3D print results. Among other things, it will explain specs like uniformity, distortion, and contrast; demystify difference between ANSI contrast and FOFO contrast; and how throw distance may impact efficient, uniformity and distortion. It will cover the trade-offs and benefits when using wavelengths down to 365nm and what the future holds at lower wavelengths.

The entire DLi team is thrilled that Jorge was a part of this exciting event in San Diego where he continued our discussion on DLP® Technology, 3D Printing and our 3DLP9000 Light Engine!

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Digital Light Innovations (DLi) is regarded as the world leader in DLP® light exploration. We are a full service design and manufacturing company with extensive experience in creating unique DLP-based solutions for a broad range of applications. We are not only experts in DLP interface and electronic controller board design, but specialize in custom optics as well as prototype design and development.

Notably, DLi was the first to receive the DLP Authorized Design House designation from Texas Instruments (TI), and has partnered with TI to design and manufacture the electronic controller boards, firmware and software for the Explorer API and Control Software utilized by the best-selling DLP Discovery™ Development Kits and LightCrafter™ 6500/9000 EVMs.