Stereolithography (SLA) is a widely used 3D printing technique that cures liquid photopolymer using a UV laser.

It provides precision unmatched by other additive manufacturing techniques and is even capable of producing clear or see-through objects.

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We use top-of-the-line photopolymer Formlabs resins for the SLA process.

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SLA Overview

Rapid Prototyping

SLA offers precision that is, so far, unmatched by other additive manufacturing processes. The tightly controlled build environment ensures that every print is as close to perfection as it can get. Your prototyping needs are in good hands with SLA.

Isotropic Parts

SLA stands out from other additive manufacturing processes thanks to its ability to create isotropic objects. SLA prints have the same strength regardless of the axis under consideration. This makes it ideal for accurate functional testing.

End-Use Parts

Thanks to the high degree of repeatability that SLA offers, and the durability of the parts it prints, it is the best additive process if you’re looking to make end-use parts that need to hold up under moderate stresses.

Medical Models

SLA is widely used to create accurate models that help doctors and other medical professionals with diagnosis, planning, and implant design.