George Fisher


An Excellent Purchase – gives impressive results

I bought Uncia DLP Kit for my tutoring classes and I’m happy to have made this decision.  It is one of the best cost-efficient printers on the market today.

The print speed is incredibly fast. It gives exceptional prints with high-resolution clarity. It can actually print layer heights at 100 microns. I was surprised to see the print quality- it prints in blink of an eye. This printer gets full thumbs up from me.   

Bruno Lamy




You have to really need this 3D printer, rather than simply yearn for it. There's also an alternative in case you want to have some different choices: (...)



This is a stellar product. Setup is quick and easy, and unlike the FDM-type printer I normally use, you basically just get what you ask for every time without having to think about it very much. I spend a few extra seconds tilting imported STL files if needed to ensure that they get supports at a slight angle to the build surface and then just send the job to the printer. My first print was a 100 micron wheel for a filament spool holder, and it took about 15 minutes to print.

It is considerably superior to a 100 micron print on my FDM printer of the same wheel. My second print was a 50 micron model of "Left Shark" plus 5 more wheels. This took about 8 hours to print and it came out perfectly. Compared to dialing in an FDM printer for specific filament this was completely painless. The finish quality is excellent at 50 micron resolution, and of course it will go to 25 micron if you really need it. Since my original review, I have done numerous 25 micron prints for things that I needed to have a very high quality finish or where time was not really an issue, and the surface finish is superb.

Cleanup with alcohol and trimming off supports is only mildly tedious, and certainly less time consuming and error prone that trimming off a brim and finishing FDM printed parts. My only suggestion to anyone buying one of these is to consider buying a small UV curing machine. They look like a toaster oven.

Alex Berry


I have had this printer for a month and it’s the best thing you can for the price.


Cons: I love this printer and feel the cons are basically the time required to learn the printing process of a DLP printer and finding the right kind of angles to print.

Ann Burton


I run a design consultancy (Prod Designs) and we have used a lot different kind of 3d printers in our company.

When a colleague suggested this printer we were all skeptical about the quality of the product. I am glad to say that we were all proved wrong, the quality of the printer is excellent, I love the fast printing this printer is capable off. We've used this to create Jewelery, medical prototypes, functional products and a range of product prototypes and have always been impressed with the accuracy and strength of the prints.

This was one of the cheapest DLP printers around but it works on par with many commercial printers. The printer spares are affordable as well and in case of a breakdown I am sure the repairs would be economical as well. The Software provided with the printer is a lag, but the other positives just cover it up.