Creality unveils new HALOT-LITE 4K resin 3D printer which will be released in late 2021 ↺
The Chinese company Creality has revealed the latest member in its line of 3D printers. The HALOT-LITE will be the new middle-child in between its bigger brother, the HALOT-MAX, and the smaller and more affordable HALOT-ONE (from US$289 on Amazon). With a printing size of 192x120x200mm, the HALO-LITE should be appropriate for most private users, and even for professional users in dental medicine or the architecture industry for instance.
The self-developed integrated UV light source in the HALOT-LITE should allow for a good light distribution with a uniformity of over 80 percent. The utilized LCD has a 4K resolution of 3840 by 2400 pixel and should prevent uneven printing results which sometimes plague other LCD-based 3D printers.
The HALOT-LITE resin 3D printer is further equipped with a 5-inch touchscreen at the front, and it can be controlled via the Halot Box software and monitored via the Creality smartphone app. Please refer to the official product page for the complete technical specifications of the Creality HALOT-LITE. The new resin 3D printer is scheduled to be released later this year, but its pricing has not been announced yet. It is likely that the HALOT-LITE will cost significantly less than the similarly sized HALOT-SKY, which retails for around US$1000.