The DWS 029J is a high-speed, high-precision SLA 3D printer from the Italian DWS manufacturer. It is targeted at jewelry professionals and creative designers being able to produce high-quality prints in any shape and with an excellent level of detail. With its ultra-low running costs and a valuable price-performance ratio, it is ideal for rapid manufacturing and small-to-medium end-use productions. It is a reliable system with a good build area. It can produce industrial-grade pieces with an optimal resolution on a large scale and in short times. You are free to design the most complex and intricate shape, DW 029J will be able to produce it in its finest form. It can consistently print for 24 hours without the need for manual calibration. It features a branded material system that adopts special cartridges to streamline the refill process and reduce resin waste. It employs Tank Translation Technology, an electromechanical tool that automatically moves the tank at the end of each printing. In this way, it reduces localized wear to the tank, extending its lifespan.
The DW029J is available in two other versions: Plus and Plus HR. Depending on their build area, the standard version grants a production volume of 270 models per day, while the Plus series is capable of manufacturing up to 800 models per day. The optional HR model delivers the highest level of resolution, extra smooth surfaces and filigrees. Read more in our complete review.
The printer is widely used for design testing, fashion and jewelry printing. For example, Sergio Zenere has used the Plus version to produce this custom-made, parametric, intricate pendant.
Thanks to the 029J printer, MADE IN ITALY LAB has been able to fabricate a perfect 3D replica of the “Saliera di Michelangelo”, a silver salt shaker designed by the artist for the duke of Urbino. It has been an exercise in precision and attention to detail, and it turned out perfect.
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The DW 029J is an SLA 3D printer that can print layers at 10 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. The HR version ensures the finest quality at a good price point. Notice how smooth, precise and rich in detail this section of “Saliera di Michelangelo” is. So good, so far.
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DW 029J prints with DWS resin cartridges. This close system ensures quality, as all the branded materials go through a strict quality assurance process. The swappable cartridges are fast and easy to replace. You can handle the material loading and unloading process in a snap.
The build area of DW 029J is 4.3 x 4.3 x 3.9 inches (110 x 110 x 100 mm). The Plus series has a bigger volume of 5.9 x 5.9 x 3.9 inches (150 x 150 x 100 mm). Thus, it provides a higher production volume.
Just plug your printer to your personal computer and start managing all its parameters and features. Prepare your file and launch your prints in just a few clicks through the dedicated software.
DWS provides two proprietary software for parametric editing and machine controller functions, NAUTA+ and Fictor XFAB Edition. These easy-to-use programs will streamline your slicing and printing experience. NAUTA+ automatically generates support structures where needed. Fictor lets you configure print parameters to your liking, ensuring the best production quality achievable. The software runs on Windows.
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DW 029J is available in a black and gray color scheme with an orange plastic cover. Its stylish look makes it ideal for producing complex geometric shapes, undercuts, cavities, and filigree and for direct casting and rubber molding.
The printer dimensions are 24 x 26 x 55.1 inches (610 x 660 x 1400 mm). It weighs 331 lb (150 kg). The material cartridges are mounted inside.
To learn the current price of the 3D printer, click the "request the quote" button and fill in the form. We will contact you as soon as possible and send you all the details.
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