Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography (SLA) is an additive manufacturing process, where parts are created using an ultraviolet laser to cure a vat of liquid photopolymer resin. The resin is cured layer-by-layer by the laser as per the 3D CAD model.

At ProtoZone, we use the latest SLA technology that have the following bed sizes:

- 650x750x550 mm

- 250x250x250 mm

Materials we can print:

- Accura 60: A clear, hard plastic with the aesthetics of molded PC

- Accura 25: Flexible plastic that simulates white Polypropelene

- ABS       

Post-Processing:

Painting, Tinting, Chrome Painting, Vacuum Metalizing, Splitting and Joining for larger parts, Screen Printing, Laser Etching, Enameling on embossed logos or features.

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Quick Facts

SLA was the first 3D printing technology invented in 1986. It is the most cost-effective 3D printing technology for parts that need high accuracy or smooth finish.

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