Onulis WRAPCure

All-in-one Post-cure plus waste resin axial 3D printer
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Post-cure 3D Printed Parts with the Onuis WRAPCure System

Post-Cure Your Parts

Photopolymer 3D printing technologies, such as stereolithography, DLP, and PolyJet, use various wavelengths of UV light to cure liquid resins. As the material is deposited, it is cured but needs a final post-cure to ensure all of the material is safe for handling. 

The Onulis WRAPCure W7500-C blends waste resin axial 3D printing with the ability to post-cure your parts. Gone are the days of needing two separate machines. You get all of the power from one source.

Eliminate Hazardous Waste

Photopolymer 3D printing provides some of the most highly detailed parts from using liquid resins. While these resins are safe once fully cured, the waste resin and expired materials are considered hazardous waste when in liquid form. Instead of spending extra money for hazardous waste removal, you can use the WRAP to convert the liquid into a solid for safe disposal in your normal refuge.

WRAPCure Hazardous Waste Material Removal System

What are the Top Features of the Onulis W7500 Cure?

  • Post-Cure Photopolymer Parts

  • Cure Used and Expired Waste Resin

  • Eliminate Hazardous Waste Costs

  • Keep Things GREEN
Compatible Resins
  • Stereolithography
  • DLP
  • PolyJet
Vat Capacity

7.5 L



Hardened Resin

14” dia. x 8” dp. Cylinder

Post-Processing Compatibility


Curing Area

7.5 x 4.25 x 14.5 in.

Curing Time

5 - 30 mins, depending on material and part size

Standard System Size

26.5 (W) x 16.5 (D) x 28.7 (H) in.

Extended System Size

26.5 (W) x 16.5 (D) x 39.2 (H) in.

System Weight

60 lbs

Operating Conditions

65 - 95 ° F (18 - 35°C)

Power Requirements

110 – 120 VAC, 50 – 60 Hz, 6A, 1 phase (switchable to 220)

Parts 3D printed using photopolymer resins need one additional cure to ensure all of the resin has been cured for safe handling. 
No, the W7500-C is fully automatic and will shut down after six hours or when Disposable Tube is fully printed, whichever comes first. In the event of facility power failure, the machine will automatically shut down.
The zero-cost plastic is ideal for CNC mills and lathes to generate machined prototypes, jigs and fixtures, or simply to prove a new program which saves potential waste of expensive end-use materials. All printed plastic from the W7500-C is safe for disposal as standard household waste.
The printer comes with built-in carbon filtration; however, it is intended to be used in a well-ventilated warehouse or factory environment. To connect the W7500-C to facility exhaust, please contact Onulis for more information regarding an exhaust adaptor.
The W7500-C is compatible with PolyJet, Stereolithography, and DLP waste resins. The Vat – Standard is currently released for use with PolyJet. Contact Onulis for information regarding stereolithographyand DLP Vats.
Yes. All combinations of model or support resins which are caught in the waste reservoir of your PolyJet printer can be placed in the W7500 and full curing will be achieved. The W7500 is also ideal for printing expired resins.
No. There is a built-in filtration system in the Vat, and the supplied Disposable Filler Filter catches larger pieces of debris.
The W7500 will print and cure the 7.5L Vat in approximately 6 hours.
After each use, spray the Vat comb with isopropyl alcohol and empty the Resin Catch into the Vat.
No. Curing additional waste resin on a partially printed Disposable Tube can cause damage to the machine.
The Vat and the Disposable Tube Bundle (Disposable Tubes, Light Shrouds, and Filler Filters) are all considered consumables and as such are not covered under the warranty or Total Care Maintenance Plan. Consumables can be ordered through GoEngineer.



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