3D printing is the generic term for a variety of machines
that use the ink-jet printer principle to deposit droplets
of materials in successive, ultra thin layers. They are marketed
to the engineering or design office for quick form studies.
Materials are somewhat limited and the lower priced machines
have surface finish and dimensional difficulties.
Recent advances in some higher priced models
resolve some of these inadequacies but do not surpass the
overall use ability of stereolithography output.
Moeller does not currently offer the output
from these machines due to the various compromises one must
make in speed, materials, tolerances and surface finish.