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SLA Printing

High-Resolution SLA Prototypes

SLA technology is used for its extremely accurate and high resolution parts. These parts are capable of being used as end-use, low-volume production or even for rapid prototyping. TechnoPrints offers a variety of materials, feel free to contact us. 

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Our SLA 3D Printers 

Prusa SL1S SPEED

Print Volume: 127 x 80 x 150 mm. (5 x 3.14 x 5.9 inches)
Materials: Standard resin, Clear resin, casting resin, Hard and resistant resins, heat resistant resin, bio-compatible resins and flexible resins
LCD Resolution: 5.96″ 2560 x 1620p
Layer Resolution: 0.025 – 0.1mm

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*Coming Soon* FormLabs 3

Print Volume: 145  x 145 x 185mm. (5.7 x 5.7 x 7.3 inches)
Materials: Varity of resins available
Dimensional Accuracy (X/Y): 25 / 25 microns
Layer Height: 0.025 – 0.30mm

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Applications of SLA Printing

SLA printing can be used in a variety of industries. Here are some examples of what can be accomplished.

SLA Materials 

Selecting the best material for your project is very important to us. From Tough Resin to flexible rein, we offer a wide variety of materials and are happy to assist you in choosing the resin that best suits your project needs.

Standard Resin

Smooth surface, lots of details
Fragile
Not suitable for mechanical parts

Tough Resin

Similar to ABS materials
Partially flexible
Suitable for mechanical parts
Low resistance to high temperatures

Flexible Resin

Similar to rubber (70A hardness)
Lower resolution of printed parts

Heat Resistant Resin

Highly temperature-resistant
Used for injection forms
Expensive

Bio-compatible resins

Non-toxic
Suitable for dental implants manufacturing
Abrasion-resistant
Expensive

Casting Resin

Lots of details
Great for preparation of casting forms
Little to no remnants after burning the resin

Quality Comparison

Not sure which 3D Printing quality to choose from? By choosing standard quality can significantly reduce costs at a cost of more visible layers. However, choosing a Ultra quality will result with a higher quality finish and an increase in price.

FDM Layering heights are pictured below 

Standard Quality
Layer Height: 0.20mm
Ultra Quality
Layer Height: 0.05mm

The Difference

To learn more about the difference between FDM and SLA 3D Printing click below!

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What is SLA Printing?

Stereolithography is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photochemical processes by which light causes chemical monomers and oligomers to cross-link together to form polymers

What are the benefits?

SLA printing is a very fast printing process. Cutting down on wait times for parts and prototypes. Another big advantage is the detail and tolerances that we can achieve with this technology.

Cost Effective

With all the benefits of SLA printing you may think it’s quite a bit more expensive. With the advancement in the technology today, the cost of producing a print with SLA tech is more affordable than ever. Contact us for a free quote!