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24 Nov 2015  | Rick Merritt

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3D printer slashes costs

S.J. Park

Chief Marketing Officer S.J. Park of Owl Works, which showed its Morpheus 3D printer at IDTechEx.

Owl Works showed its Morpheus 3D printer. It can create a 340mm x 190mm x 330mm build with 170µ resolution and 25mm to 200mm height.

The system will cost $500 when it goes on sale in the spring. That's about half the cost of similar 3D printers, thanks to its use of a relatively low-cost ultraviolet light sources and LCD display in place of the lasers or digital light processors other printers use, said chief marketing officer S.J. Park (above).

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