ELEGOO, a frontrunner in the 3D printing domain, epitomizes innovation through its extensive array of printers named after celestial bodies. The Mars 4 Ultra 9k, an LCD gem in their lineup, wows enthusiasts with its blazing 150 mm/h printing velocity, coupled with a commendable printing space measuring 153.36x77.76x165 mm³. Contrarily, the Neptune 4 Max, boasting an FDM framework and prints at an impressive 500 mm/s speed while accommodating a diverse array of materials and offering a substantial 420x420x480 mm printing capacity.

The Saturn 3 Ultra 12K, akin to its Martian counterpart, harnesses the LCD technology to deliver intricate designs at a 150 mm/h pace, flaunting a precision-oriented printing volume of 218.88×122.88×260 mm³. Finally, the Jupiter SE, the standout in the Jupiter series, takes the crown with its colossal printing space measuring 277.848 x 156.264 x 300 mm³. Its automatic resin feeding and recycling system streamline the printing process, underscoring ELEGOO's commitment to reducing waste.

These printers cater to an array of needs within the 3D printing sphere, offering not only swiftness and precision but also versatility in material usage and substantial printing expanses.

Adding to this, e-Tech Racing has actively employed the ELEGOO Mars printer to prototype various components of its vehicle. Notably, looking ahead to the forthcoming season, e-Tech Racing plans to harness the capabilities of the Neptune 4 Max FDM printer specifically for crafting molds crucial in the manufacturing process of their carbon fiber steering wheel. This strategic utilization of advanced 3D printing technology underscores eTech Racing's commitment to leveraging cutting-edge tools for optimizing their vehicle components' performance and design.