Designed for applications requiring stable high light intensity, high resolution and operational reliability
(Vienna/Boston: in-vision.at) While 4K DLP projectors have been around for quite some time, the DLP chipset used in these systems was not offering the performance that In-Vision wanted to bring to the AM market. “We had tested 4K projectors on our test rigs and had observed a lot of stuck pixels and a significant drop in light intensity already after hundreds of hours of operation” explains Christof Hieger, CTO at In-Vision. “Our DLP projectors maintain a stable high intensity for more than 10,000 hours of operation, and they’re designed to avoid unusual damages to the DMD, so our customers can trust their reliability in the field. That’s why we waited for the industrial version of the chipset to launch our own version of the 4K projector for Additive Manufacturing”. Phoenix is the first system based on Texas Instruments’ DLP670S chipset – and it already passed a field test in comparison with the consumer version of the DMD.