3D Printing

Young Optics & MiiCraft will make waves at the Digical Show

As one of the many participants in the upcoming Digical Show to be held in the UK in late September, Young Optics is slated to appear alongside several other industry leaders in the 3D printing field. Among the many exciting things happening at this year’s Digical Show – an exhibition meant to bring the digital world to a physical space where people can present, discover and interact with emerging technologies – MiiCraft, a subsidiary of Young Optics, is set to display their latest 3D printer, the MiiCraft 125 series, which was released just last month.

The MiiCraft 125 series is the most recent printer in a line of SLA-based DLP printers, and is said to yield print quality on par with injection molded items.

About Young Optics

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Initially established in February 2002 in Hsinchu Science Park, Chinese design manufacturers Young Optics, Inc. successfully acquired GTSM IPO filing (ticker symbol #3504) in January 2007. Since their establishment, they have remained thoroughly engaged in the research, design, manufacture and sales of optical components and modules, with manufacturing sites spanning across Taiwan, China and Bangladesh.

As a competitive integrated design manufacturer of optics, the company is endeavoring toward a wider variety of optical modules and components by enhancing operations in

  • optical design
  • precise mechanical design
  • electronic design
  • software design
  • optical components manufacturing (including glass lens, molding glass, ASP Injection, precise optical coating, upper precise grind/polishing, precise burnish, precise machinery, precise measurement and assembly)

Young Optics aims to provide integrated services, develop strategic partnerships with customers and suppliers within their target markets, and to also create a beneficial advantage for everyone they conduct business with

The Digical Show

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The upcoming exhibition will also display 3D printed furniture courtesy of the DeltaWASP 3MT – a three-meter-tall printer capable of printing in sustainable soils and organic materials  – and visitors can look forward to full body scans with Shining 3D’s Einscan Pro, as well as a host of other exciting applications and presentations of innovative technologies. Stay tuned with 3D Printing Industry for all the latest news and developments!