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Model ProMaker L7000 D
Manufacturer Prodways (see all products)
Category Industrial
Topic Resin 3D printing (see all articles)
Technology Resin (SLA, DLP...)
Material Liquid resin
Max. build size 800 × 330 × 200 mm
Release date

Prodways ProMaker L7000 D review

The Prodways ProMaker L7000 D is an industrial 3D printer made by Prodways, a manufacturer based in France. The Prodways brand belongs to the Gorgé Group, specialized into high-tech security, robotics and 3D printing.

The Prodways ProMaker L7000 D uses a 3D printing technology called MovingLight. This technology is similar to Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Stereolithography (SLA): it uses a powerful energy source to photopolymerized a liquid resin to create a 3D printed object. The MovingLight technology relies on a fast and precise moving DLP heat to photocure a high viscosity material. The compatible 3D printing materials include composites, ceramics, metals and alloys with biocompatible properties.

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ProMaker L7000 D Prodways


Model ProMaker L7000 D
Manufacturer Prodways
Price > $ 250,000
Release date
Status Available
Category Industrial
Technology Resin (SLA, DLP...)
Material Liquid resin
Filament diameter
OS compatibility Microsoft Windows
Generic material


XY accuracy
Max. build size 800 × 330 × 200 mm
Max. build volume 52.80 L
Max. print speed
Min. layer thickness 0.03 mm


Dimensions 2181 × 1260 × 2224 mm
Weight 2000 kg
Nozzle diameter(s)
Power input 220 - 240 VAC, 25 A, 50 Hz


Heated print bed
Heated build chamber
Automatic calibration
Closed frame Yes
Dual extruder
Independent Dual Extruder
Full color
LCD screen Yes
On-board camera
Mobile app
3D scanners
CNC mill
Electronics 3D printing
Laser engraving
Conveyor belt
Air filter
Pellet extruder


SD card
Ethernet Yes
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