The SparkMaker Original SLA 3D Will Change The Way You Think About 3D Printing


Jack Dunhill 23 Dec 2020, 11:00

It wasn’t so long ago that 3D printing was a totally foreign concept to the layman, a mechanism so high tech it was reserved for labs, scientists and fancy manufacturers only. Fast forward and 3D printing has become a mainstream practice, a gadget available to anyone wanting to bring their concepts to life. Turning your ideas into tangible items will cost you, though, unless you have your own 3D printer.

Hear us out: now a household item, it's worth asking yourself why you'd live life on paper when you can have a three-dimensional printer at your fingertips. Interested? Enter the world of 3D printing with the powerful SparkMaker Original SLA 3D Printer Starter Bundle. 


Bring Your Creations to Life in Seconds

Affordable and easy to use, this 3D printer produces smooth models using SLA and UV LCD resins. It might sound very techie and complicated, but it is really just as easy to use as a normal paper printer. This user-friendly 3D printer supports offline printing; to bring your ideas to life, simply insert your SD card with the pre-loaded design into the machine and hit print – it’s that easy. Within seconds, you’ll see your creation start to form. Keep an eye on the LED indicator light to monitor your project’s progress. 


Everything You Need to Print High-Quality Models

The SparkMaker Original SLA 3D Printer prints high-resolution models at 100 XY resolution and up to 20 Z layer thickness. Expect top-quality printings with a 3.9" x 2.2" x 0.5" molding size. SparkMaker uses affordable UV LCD resins in a variety of types. The bundle includes everything you need to get started: along with the printer itself, the bundle comprises two resins – white hard resin (LCD-BW) and fresh hard resin (LCD-BF) – a wrench, power adapter and cable, gauze mask and the handy user manual. 


3D Printing for Business or Pleasure

The ultimate tool for sparking creativity and ideation, don't be surprised if your 3D printer takes over your old shopping habits. Instead of buying gifts and novelty items, you can make them yourself. Print out intricate figurines of your favorite characters, produce scaled-down versions of cultural landmarks and more. Or you can opt for more functional items, like a pretty tea light holder, unique hair accessory and even a small lamp or drawer. Plenty more ideas where that came from here

While it certainly provides loads of entertainment, the 3D printer is more than just a cool tech toy. It’s also incredibly useful, as demonstrated by its role during the start of the COVID-19 crisis. When PPE materials were running short, 3D printers stepped up to help create materials for frontline workers. For example, as Forbes wrote in March, “After seeing the N95 shortage gripping the nation’s healthcare workers, HP Inc. and partners have mobilized to create 3D printed face mask and face shield solutions, plus a few other innovative ideas, to keep people safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.” 


Revolutionizing the Manufacturing Industry

It’s clear that 3D printing is changing the manufacturing industry. PCMag underscores this point, noting that, “From a practical standpoint, 3D printing can save money and material versus subtractive techniques, as very little raw material is wasted. And it promises to change the nature of manufacturing, eventually letting consumers download files for printing even complex 3D objects—including, for example, electronics devices—in their own homes.” 

Life is better in 3D. Experience the thrill of printing out your own creation while getting familiar with a tool that is already changing a major industry as we know it. Right now, you can get the SparkMaker Original SLA 3D Printer Starter Bundle for $194.95, down 39% from the original MSRP. 

Prices subject to change.


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