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WHAT IS STEREOLITHOGRAPHY?
Stereolithography (SLA) is a method of additive manufacturing that utilizes a high precision, computer controlled laser to cure a liquid photo-polymer resin, one layer at a time. Each consecutive layer is bonded to the one before, resulting the intended geometry.
SLA is know for it's high accuracy on both large and small parts and its smooth surface finish, which makes it suitable for a wide variety of secondary finishing operations including; Sanding, Priming, Painting, Plating, and Clear Coating to produce clear "lens like" parts. SLA parts are ideal as patterns for urethane and metal casting patterns due to the low cost for large parts. Parts larger than our 25"x 29" x 21" build size can easily be seamed together through secondary operations.
concept models, fit testing, casting patterns, clear "lens-like" parts and see through housings, presentation models, photo shoots