SLA is the oldest 3d printing technology, and operates by selectively curing a very thin layer of liquid light-sensitive plastic, whereby the 3d printer builds parts one layer at the time. By using high-definition means of projecting light onto the photopolymer, with our industrial SLA 3d printers, we are able to build parts with details as small as just a few tenths of a millimeter.
By using a DLP projector to project a full layer at a time, our industrial SLA 3d printers can cure a full layer in just one second, allowing us to build hundreds, or even thousands of parts on a single printer within just a few hours.
190 × 120 × 200 mm
Maximum dimensions for industrial SLA items
Industrial SLA Use Cases
With lead-times of just 1–2 days and surface-quality similar to injection molded parts, SLA is an ideal technology for producing visual prototypes and end-use products.
Exceptional surface quality
With high temperature resins we can produce 3d printed injection molds within just a few days. Perfect to produce a few hundred injection-molded items.
Prototype injection molded parts
With no tooling required, short lead-times and a wide range of materials and colours available, SLA is a perfect choice for short and medium production runs.
No tooling costs
Our SLA Machinery
Our industrial SLA farm is a fully in-house designed system capable of unattended 24/7 operations. No matter how many parts are placed on a build-plate, our Industrial SLA 3d printers are capable outputting up to 100mm of build-height per hour, allowing us to print hundreds, or even thousands of objects each hour, all while providing 3d prints with a surface quality very similar to that of injection molded parts, but at a fraction of the cost.
We carry a range of industrial resins for our SLA materials, from resins suitable to be used as casting patterns to high temperature resistant resins that can be used as low volume injection molding tools.