LC Maximus

Production Ready. Industrial performance and scale made affordable.

Maximus delivers industrial scale 3D printing at a fraction of the price of conventional print hardware. Removing the high cost barrier to entry, Photocentric has made 3D printing accessible to industries looking to introduce a large scale digital printing solution to their production line.

Available now for purchase to select customers.

$130,000 – Talk to us about financing

Manufactured in the UK

*includes printer, wash and cure unit and lift system (to carry platform)

From detailed high-volume small parts to large industrial prints

The large build volume of Maximus combined with its high-resolution screen provides an amazing solution for your large format 3D printing requirements.

 

 

$1,785
Cost of custom made to measure mannequin
Accuracy- 175μm (Over 90% of scanned data within +/- µm)
Print Time- 3.5 days
Height- 63″
Weight- 25kg
Material- Daylight Hard | $357 per 5kg
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$4,424
Cost of 1:1 scale replica Ducati 1199 panigale
Accuracy- 175μm (Over 90% of scanned data within +/- µm)
Print Time- 4 weeks
Weight- 62kg
Material- Daylight Resins | $357 per 5kg (avg cost of resin used)
65 individual parts
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$70.56
Cost per caravan part
Accuracy- 175μm (Over 90% of scanned data within +/- µm)
Print Time- 40 hours
Weight- 1.6kg (800g per part)
Material- BASF ST45B | $88 per kg
2 x caravan parts printed on the same platform.
Panel dimensions 22.8 (W) x 35.4 (H) in

 

$210
Cost of car bumper
Accuracy- 175μm (Over 90% of scanned data within +/- µm)
Print Time-3 days
Weight- 5.4kg
Material- Daylight Hard | $357 per 5kg
Printed in two parts
Dimensions 55.1 (W) x 15.4 (H) in

 

 

$462
Cost of 1:1 scale model motorbike engine
Accuracy- 175μm (Over 90% of scanned data within +/- µm)
Print Time- 2 1/2 days
Weight- 6.5kg
Material- Daylight Hard | $357 per 5kg
Engine dimensions 22.8 (W) x 18.5(H) in

 

 

$192.78
Cost of KMZ engine housing
Accuracy- 175μm (Over 90% of scanned data within +/- µm)
Print Time- 36 hrs
Weight- 2.7kg
Material- Daylight Hard | $357 per 5kg
Engine dimensions 11.8 (W) x 15 (H) in

Key Features

36.2 x 20.1 x 31.5″

Build Volume

0.3″ per hour 100μm

Print Speed

3840 x 2160px

4k Screen

230μm

XY Pixel Size

100μm 45 sec / layer*

Cure Speed

*Depending on the resin

Accuracy

4K Ultra High Definition Display

Our purpose built optimised light engine emitting through the LC Maximus’ ultra 4K LCD screen delivers surprising accuracy. The pixel pitch of xy resolution 230 μm is enhanced by anti-aliasing and resolutions of +/- 150 μm can be achieved on built parts (depending upon resin type and geometry). The build speed, volume and cost make this offering incomparable to the conventional technology of large format laser SLA machines.

Build Volume

LC Maximus is manufactured in the UK using the highest engineered materials possible, setting new standards in printer quality and reliability. Our patented blow-peel technology all but eliminates the forces that come into play with large build volumes.

Performance

Print Speed

In LC Maximus we have achieved fast printing possible by adjusting the photo-reactivity of the resins and specifying a powerful light engine. It makes it one of the most impressive machines ever made that can selectively convert functionalized polymers into solids.

Our expertise in resin material development and print hardware delivers the complete solution for every industry. With expertise in house from our team of chemists, software engineers, mechanical engineers and technicians we have managed to achieve rapid print times building functional materials for a variety of different applications. Print speeds of down to 8 seconds per layer (resin dependent) make Maximus the machine of choice for large production capability.

Prototyping

Make large parts cost effectively. Use the maximum build volume of Maximus to create lots fo medium sized parts or one very large item.

Finished Parts

Traditional injection molding provides a cost-effective solution for mass manufactured plastic parts at scale, additive manufacturing at the other end makes one-offs that are cost-effective after amortising tooling costs, Maximus with its low capital cost and fast pay pack carves a new position out in between the two technologies. Providing solutions for custom low volume runs where tooling costs vs volume can be calculated in a new paradigm.