What is SLA and how does it work?
Stereolithography, know as SLA, is an additive manufacturing process used by SLA 3D printers. A UV (ultraviolet) light is projected via a laser beam to solidify a liquid resin contained in a tank and form the object layer by layer. In a SLA 3D printer, the resin tank (also called vat) is filled with a photo-curable liquid resin (photopolymer resin). The UV laser beam traces the shape of the 3D design in the resin tank and solidifies the curable resin to form the final object, point by point (high accuracy), and layer by layer.
3D Printer Resins for SLA/DLP technology
SLA High Detail Resin
flexible sla resin - HD Elastic
durable tough resin - HD strong
Snow White Resin - HD white
SLA Detail Resin can be well post-processed after printing. Our finishing options include
Removal of support structures (standard)
Sanding support structure scars (standard)
Clear coat coating (standard, UV protection)
Glas bead blasting (on request, free of charge)