Digital Light Processing (DLP) is a 3D printing process that uses a vat of liquid photopolymer resin that is cured by a light projector layer by layer to create a 3D object. The light projector displays an image of each layer onto the surface of the resin, causing it to solidify and bond to the previous layer. DLP is known for its high resolution and speed, making it a popular choice for creating detailed parts quickly.


  1. Prototyping: rapid prototyping of small, detailed parts
  2. Engineering: creation of functional prototypes for mechanical and electrical engineering applications
  3. Jewelry: creation of high-detail and intricate jewelry designs
  4. Dental: production of dental models, molds, and aligners
  5. Medical: production of custom prosthetics, surgical guides, and anatomical models
  6. Education: creation of detailed models and teaching aids for use in schools and universities.


  1. High accuracy and resolution, enabling the creation of intricate and detailed parts
  2. Faster printing speeds compared to some other 3D printing technologies
  3. Wide range of materials to choose from, including biocompatible and flexible resins
  4. Smooth surface finish, reducing the need for post-processing
  5. Capable of producing parts with fine details and smooth curves


  1. Limited build size, restricting the size of parts that can be produced
  2. Higher cost compared to a few other 3D printing technologies
  3. Resins used can be expensive and require proper handling and storage
  4. Parts may require additional curing or post-processing before they are ready for use
  5. The resin used in DLP printing can be toxic and require careful handling and disposal.



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