The Sedgwick may well be the most affordable DLP 3D printer on the market. It creates objects of very high resolution from UV curable resin (as do all DLP printers). But it's the price, if it indeed comes in at the advertised $524, that makes the Sedgwick DLP 3D Printer a real shocker.

Sedgwick DLP printerIf you're in the market for a DLP 3D printer, you could expect to shell out some reasonably serious money, until now.

The Sedgwick may well be the most affordable DLP 3D printer on the market. It creates objects of very high resolution from UV curable resin (as do all DLP printers). But it's the price, if it indeed comes in at the advertised $524, that makes the Sedgwick DLP 3D Printer a real shocker.

Ron Light, the creator of the Sedgwick 3D Printer, lives in Kansas City, MO where he's a member of CCCKC and Hammerspace Hobby. He is a computer programmer "who loves to design and build things," and the Sedgwick is his baby.

Any resin designed for a DLP SLA printer should be compatible. The machine comes with a small and medium vat, and an optional large vat is available for some pledges. The various vat sizes afford different build areas: 3" x 3" x 2", 3" x 3" x 5" and 3" x 4" x 5".

X, Y, and Z resolution are 100 microns. X and Y's resolution can be increased by using a higher resolution DLP projector.

You can purchase a Sedgwick kit without the projector for $524, but you can also spend more (at $904) and buy the kit with the projector included. Pricing for an assembled Sedgewick begins at $1,009, without the projector. If you want it assembled and including the projector, you can buy the printer for $1379.