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Daylight polymer printing


38 × 35 × 59 cm
15 × 13.7 × 23 in

(W) x (D) x (H)


15 Kg (33 Lbs)

Power requirements

100–240 V, UK/USA/EU plug

LCD specification

9.7″ (2048×1536 px)


USB, Wireless, Ethernet

Printer control

Interactive 7″ Touch-screen

Resin Fill system


Build Volume

196 x 147 x 250 mm

7.7 x 5.8 x 9.8 in

Layer Thickness

50, 100 microns

0.002, 0.004 inches

XY pixel density

97 microns

Cure speed at 100 micron

25-55 sec/layer (depending on resin)



Printer Hood

Power Supply

Power Adaptor

Build Platform

Disposable Vat x 2

Allen Key

Strainer x 5



Blue Nitrile Gloves- Medium x 2

250gr of Daylight Hard Cream Resin

Print Sample

Quick Instruction

USB Memory Stick


Built-In PrintFlow Printer Controller

– Version 0.66

– Wifi/Ethernet Enabled

– Storage Capacity: 11Gb

Photocentric Studio


Minimum Computer Requirements:

– Operating System Windows 7, 8 or 10

– Minimum 2.0 Ghz processor speed 2 cores. Recommended 4 cores

– GPU capable of opening OpenGL version 3.0 or higher

– NET framework version 4.0

– 64bit system: recommended 4GB

– 32bit system: recommended 2GB


1 year Warranty

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Filament & Supplies

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3D printer parts for various manufacturers


3D printers offer support for several materials with varying applications, including PLA, nylon, PVA, carbon fiber, ABS, kevlar, and more!

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3D printer parts for various manufacturers

Supplies & Parts

3D printers offer support for several materials with varying applications, including PLA, nylon, PVA, carbon fiber, ABS, kevlar, and more.

See all supplies & parts

Service & Support

A printer purchased with ImageNet eliminates the heartache of negligible support.

Full support

On-call or in person help.

Our technical expertise and support available when you need it.

Trained technicians

Skilled technicians.

Trained technicians that specialize exclusively in handling 3D printers.

Expert support

Personalized support.

Choose the level of support that’s right for your organization’s needs.


Did you know 3D printers are more like sewing machines than regular paper printers? No matter how "plug and play" a printer claims to be, there's always an initial learning curve when getting started with a 3D printer.

Personalized training covers:

  • Introduction to hardware and components
  • Filament types and their applicable uses
  • Bed plate leveling
  • 3D printer software
  • Optimizing your 3D print and supports
  • Basic troubleshooting routines
  • And much more

With training from ImageNet you can make sure that you're always getting the best possible 3D print from your machine, saving you time and money.