Company InformationKudo3D was founded on September 2013. The company is based in Dublin, CA, USA . The number of employees in Kudo3D is less than 50. Our mission is developing advanced 3d printing technologies to facilitate localized manufacturing
Here is how Kudo3D describes itself: "Micro 15 or 25µm is best for microfluidics. Titan 3 ranges from 25 to 100 µm can be used for microfluidics, dental or engineering."
Funding & investorsKudo3D has received 3 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $1.7M.
- Berkeley SkyDeck (Accelerator)
- Tedd Syao (Angel)
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Kudo3D - Blog
- How Do I Set Up the Printing Parameters?
- Why Cured Layers Could Stick to the Resin Container
- What is Background Curing?
- Understanding Kudo3D’s PSP Resin Container
- Understanding Kudo3D High Resolution Calibration Model
- What makes Kudo3D’s SLA 3D printers so unique?
Another key part of learning the printing process is to understand how to set the printing parameters within in the Kudo3D software. There is no “one-fits-all” parameter number that can be duplicated for any type of resin or with any type of 3D design. This being said, the printing parameters will differ every time you [...]The post How Do I Set Up the Printing Parameters? appeared first on Kudo3D.
For a bottom up stererolithography 3D printer, a cured resin layer may stick to the vat floor and be hard to separate. Silicone is often used as the vat floor because of its elasticity that can facilitate the separation of cured layers. However, the resins will gradually react with silicone and the silicone will turn [...]The post Why Cured Layers Could Stick to the Resin Container appeared first on Kudo3D.
What exactly is background curing and what is the impact of it on your print? Background exposure, as the name suggests, is the light that appears in the background. Ideally, the background should be fully black with no light at all. However, for DLP, there always is residual light scattering back into the lens and [...]The post What is Background Curing? appeared first on Kudo3D.
Layer separation mechanism is one of the most important factor that determines the performance of a bottom-up high resolution SLA 3D printer. Therefore, the resin container is also one of the most important part of a bottom-up high resolution SLA 3D printer. Kudo3D uses a US patented PSP technology to minimize the force required to [...]The post Understanding Kudo3D’s PSP Resin Container appeared first on Kudo3D.
Other than being one very interesting print, the Kudo3D high resolution calibration model has some special key points that will help you optimize the exposure time for a specific resolution. In addition to seeking normal exposure times, this high resolution sample also provides a plethora of other information about the resin. Once the normal exposure [...]The post Understanding Kudo3D High Resolution Calibration Model appeared first on Kudo3D.
Being one of the core components in the 4th industrial revolution, 3D printing has evolved in such an astonishing speed. However, the technology behind each printer is so diverted that some of the first time users or those who want to get their very first 3D printer might not be that confident in identifying the [...]The post What makes Kudo3D’s SLA 3D printers so unique? appeared first on Kudo3D.