CTC Electronic launched China's first desktop SLA printer, but product is undistinguished from global competitors

Zhuhai CTC Electronic recently launched a desktop 3D printer based on stereolithography (SLA) technology at a selling price less than $3,200, the first desktop SLA printer commercialized by a Chinese developer. The SLA printer's build volume is 12.5 cm x 12.5 cm x 16.5 cm and has patterning resol...

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