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Origin® One

An evolution of digital light processing (DLP®), Programmable Photopolymerization technology (P3™) powers the Origin One. The tightly synchronized print process includes pneumatic controls to reduce pull forces during the print process, resulting in exceptional surface quality, without sacrificing speed or isotropy. It explains why Origin One is the only DLP printer (or any desktop resin printers like LCD actually) that successfully prints the widest range of geometry in resin, from large cross section bulky parts, parts printed directly on the platform, to the finest of features with less support.


Origin® One

Technology  Programmable PhotoPolymerization P3™
Materials Photocurable materials from Stratasys ecosystem material partners. Refer to Stratasys website for an up-to-date selection.
Build Envelope (XYZ)  192 x 108 x 370 mm / 7,672 cm3 (7.5 x 4.25 x 14.5 in. / 462 in3 ) Maximum length on the diagonal — 220 mm (8.6 in.)
Minimum Feature  Size Material and design dependent, as low as 50μm
Resolution  Material and design dependent, as low as 50μm
Process Energy UV (385nm) and thermal
Pre-Print Software GrabCAD Print or optional 3rd party solutions
Regulatory Compliance CE, FCC

Key Features

  • Patented pneumatic mechanism reduces separation forces for better fine features, large cross-sectional areas and part quality.
  • Independent temperature control up to 60°C repeatable, for printing the most high-temperature production materials without deformation
  • Can print injection-molding-like quality at tolerances of up to +/- 50 µm (qualified applications), without needing finishing or processing.
  • Configurable – Use Open AM™ license to monitor and control key parameters including temperature, exposure and speed. Or use predefined profiles.

Key Industries

  • Aerospace
  • Education
  • Consumer Products
  • Dental
  • Medical
  • Art and Fashion
How it works:


What is Digital Light Processing 3D Printing?
Digital Light Processing 3D printing uses a digital projector to cure photopolymer resins, resulting in repeatable high accurate parts with excellent resolution and constant quality. DLP 3D printing has higher irradiance than LCD and similar resin printing, parts with better mechanical properties (using the same material) and requiring fewer supports, even when printing overhangs, bridges, islands and large cross-sections (bulky parts).