The Stereolithography (SLA) process uses Ultraviolet (UV) light to selectively cure photosensitive resins, forming components layer by layer (photopolymerisation) until the desired build is completed. This technique is sought after for its high precision and quality, producing flawless interlocking assemblies, jigs and fixtures, snap-fit assemblies, scale models, optical and transparent components.SLA is often used to produce critical components needing high accuracy for healthcare, dental care, product development and jewellery sectors.

Process

The Stereolithography (SLA) process uses Ultraviolet (UV) light to selectively cure photosensitive resins, forming components layer by layer (photopolymerisation) until the desired build is completed. This technique is sought after for its high precision and quality, producing flawless interlocking assemblies, jigs and fixtures, snap-fit assemblies, scale models, optical and transparent components.SLA is often used to produce critical components needing high accuracy for healthcare, dental care, product development and jewellery sectors.

Process

Post Process

The Stereolithography (SLA) process uses Ultraviolet (UV) light to selectively cure photosensitive resins, forming components layer by layer (photopolymerisation) until the desired build is completed. This technique is sought after for its high precision and quality, producing flawless interlocking assemblies, jigs and fixtures, snap-fit assemblies, scale models, optical and transparent components.SLA is often used to produce critical components needing high accuracy for healthcare, dental care, product development and jewellery sectors.

Process

Post Process