I read about an up-and-coming 3D printer named M-One today.
It’s a DLP printer, (using a DLP projector to cure resin).
I’ve never heard of DLP for 3D printing before. It’s a process very similar to SLA, except it cures a layer at a time, instead of a single point. It would offer considerable speed advantage without much resolution loss. So neat!
In my quest to learn a little bit more about this 3D printing process, I stumbled upon a great site, THRE3D.
They have a very comprehensive list of all sorts of different 3D printing processes.
Check it out!