The Peopoly Phenom Noir LCD / MSLA 3D-printer is a monochrome 3d-printer with a 405 nm light source, compatible with 3rd party resin. Some resins have been optimized. Most other resins could also work on this printer, however, not all pre-settings are available. A good starting point for materials where the settings are not available, are the settings of the Peopoly Phenom Prime. Contact us if you need support or have any questions. Compared to the other Peopoly Phenom 3D-printers, the Noir is equiped with a monochrome LCD screen. This makes the Noir factor much faster in print speed. Additionally our SLA and DLP resin line can work without the extended exposure time that RGB displays bring.
Resin 3D-printing parameters for the Peopoly Phenom Noir
|Resin||Layer thickness||Exposure time (seconds)||Base layer count||Base layer exposure||Lift Height||Off-time / bottom layer||Lift speed / retract speed|
|Premium White||100 µm|
|50 µm||4,0||3||120||10||1,0 / 3,0||50 / 20|
|Premium Black||100 µm|
|Premium Model||100 µm|
|Premium Tough||100 µm|
|Wax Castable||100 µm|
|Premium Flex||100 µm|
|Deep Blue||100 µm|
|Stone Coal Black||100 µm|
|Clear Impact||100 µm|
|Hazard Glow||100 µm|
About the Peopoly Phenom Noir resin 3D-printer.
The Peopoly Phenom Noir is the latest and the fastest 3D printer by Peopoly for the Phenom Series. Unlike the brand’s previous printers in the Moai series (which use laser), Phenom uses the MSLA (LCD+LED) approach. Noir uses the monochrome panel that increases print speed by about 50-80% over printers with color panels.
Peopoly Phenom Noir resin 3D-printer specifications.
- – Printing Technology: 405nm UV MLSA
- – Print Volume: 294mm x 165mm x 400mmx (11.6″ x 6.5″ x 15.7″)
- – Resin Vat Volume: 2kg
- – Lighting Panel: 4k LCD (monochrome)
- – Pixel Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (UHD 4K)
- – Pixel size: 72um
- – Slicer: Chitubox
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