The LD-002R's sturdy construction and the parts that make up its motion system—which is supported by a ball screw and a single linear rail for the Z-axis—are highly emphasized.
Yes, the LD-002R is quick levelling in the sense that it will lower the print plate to the vat for you. The print plate has four hex screws; remove them before dropping the plate, and it will level out to the level of the screen. You're good to go once you tighten. MSLA fare as usual.
A pouch of activated carbon is kept in a tiny box at the back of the print chamber. This should assist in reducing the air's exposure resin odor somewhat.
The Creality LD-002R 3D Printer has a perforated print plate, which is a bit unusual for a tiny desktop MSLA machine. It's unusual, and potentially even distracting overkill, to see it on a smaller machine. It's typically seen on bigger bottom-up machines since larger prints create greater pull that could remove an incorrectly bonded print. Although it isn't a negative thing, you have to ask why they did it.
MSLA 3D Printers employ an LCD screen to cover a UV light source with an image of a layer. This technology leaves a telltale mark of the edges of these pixels on the print surface and is made up of hundreds of thousands of pixels, each of which is a tiny rectangle. This effect, which is frequently barely perceptible, can be decreased by using a digital technique called anti-aliasing, which interpolates between these edges and smoothers the effect away.
2K LCD Screen
LCD Vs FDM 3D Printing
120 x 65 x 165 mm
20 – 50 microns
405nm UV resin
221 x 221 x 403 mm
3.5 in touchscreen