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Stereolithography (or SLA) is one of the oldest 3D printing techniques ever developed. This technology is used to 3D print resin, using a photochemical process.
This SLA 3D printing process uses a vat of liquid photopolymers resin that can be cured. The build plate moves down in small increments and the liquid polymer is exposed to light where the UV laser draws a cross-section layer by layer. The process repeats until a model is created. The object is 3D printed by pulling the object out of the resin (bottom-up) which creates space for the uncured resin at the bottom of the container and can then form the next layer of the object.
Stereolithography offers a lot of advantages, it can help you rapidly prototype, or develop your whole final product.
SLA parts have a really smooth surface finish, which is particularly adapted if you need a realistic prototype with high quality and detailed features, quite similar to injection molding parts.
High level of details
SLA 3D printing offers the opportunity to get highly detailed prototypes
From automotive to consumer products, Stereolithography technology offers you a lot of possiblities for your prototypes
Design-driven manufacturing allows you to produce complex geometries
Sculpteo provides you the best online 3D Printing Services for your resin parts. Thanks to our expertise in Stereolithography technology, you can choose between several options, instantly receive a quote, and let us handle the manufacturing in our ISO 9001 certified factory.
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SLA (Stereolithography) Prototyping resin is perfectly suited to the production of aesthetic rapid-prototypes. The finished product has a smooth, matte surface finish. SLA resin allows you to achieve a finished product look for your prototype. This SLA 3D printing technology is best suited to small/medium pieces with an elevated level of details.
Here are your 3D printing materials options if you want to 3D print using Stereolithography: