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Stereolithography (SLA) is a widely used rapid prototyping technology. It can produce highly accurate and detailed polymer parts. The process is a UV-sensitive photopolymer resin is cured by a laser to build parts a layer at a time. This process of tracing and smoothing is repeated until the build is complete. After the final cure, supports are cut off the part and surfaces are polished, sanded or otherwise finished.

Examples of work completed:
bullet High definition and precision   Quick
bullet Smooth surface Finish    
bullet Wide range of material offering   contact
bullet Multiple finishing options    
bullet Material with PC (Transparent) characteristic or high heat resistance    
Abbreviation :   SLA  
Material type :   Liquid (Photopolymer)  
Materials :   Thermoplastics (Elastomers)  
Max part size (LxWxH) :   59.00 x 29.50 x 19.70 in.  
Min feature size :   0.004 in.  
Min layer thickness :   0.0010 in.  
Accuracy :   0.0050 in.  
Surface finish :   Smooth  
Build speed :   Fast  
Applications :   Form/fit testing, Functional testing, Rapid tooling patterns, Snap fits, Very detailed parts, Presentation models, High heat applications  
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