Printing with Origin P3 gives you:

  • Detailed, complex prototypes and end-use parts
  • High throughput and repeatability
  • Open material platform from companies like BASF and Henkel.
  • Industrial-grade polymers, elastomers and optically clear materials


  • Realistic prototypes
  • On-demand part production
  • Tooling and molding
  • Orthotic insoles
  • Gaskets and other elastomeric components
  • Robotic end of arm tooling (EAOT)
  • Custom surface textures

See how the Origin One P3 printing process works.

Technical Details

Designed for end-use manufacturing applications, the Origin One uses Programmable Photopolymerization P3™ technology to control light, temperature, and other conditions to produce accurate and consistent 3D printed parts. A responsive print process monitors polymerization data and automatically optimizes process conditions to deliver the best possible results. Like stereolithography (SLA) and digital light processing (DLP), the Origin One P3 platform relies on photoreactive chemistry to cure liquid polymer resin into hardened plastic parts. Unlike those processes, the Origin One does not actively nor passively manipulate oxygen during the printing process. Not including oxygen in the print process allows for a wider range of materials with varying chemistries.

With a diverse range of high-performance materials, achieve industry-leading accuracy, consistency, detail, and throughput with our Origin One Programmable Photopolymerization P3 3D printing services.

Build Volume: 192 x 108 x 350 mm (7.5 x 4.2 x 13.7 in)


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