Technology Overview

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.

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190 × 120 × 200 mm

Maximum dimensions for industrial SLA items