Why FIT?

  • We are hugely experienced in stereolithography, as we have been using this technology since 2000.
  • Our comprehensive selection of machinery includes four cutting-edge machines with two different capacities for components up to 1.5 metres in size.
  • We offer a wide range of post-processing options and can produce stereolithography components for the highest demands.

Stereolithography - description of the process

SLA, as stereolithography is also called, is one of the core processes in 3D printing. That's why it is one of the most established and most frequently used additive technologies. The Stereolithography process hardens a liquid photopolymer resin by an ultraviolet (UV) laser along the component's contour. The necessary support structures for overhangs or cavities are automatically built at the same time and subsequently removed. 

Stereolithography - description of the process

Benefits of stereolithography

  • Fast production time and short delivery times
  • Extremely high and smooth surface quality
  • High dimensional accuracy
  • High detail resolution
  • Simple mechanical post-processing

Machine capacities

3 x 3D Systems ProX800
Envelope: 650 x 750 x 550 mm

1 x 3D Systems ProX950
Envelope: 1,500 x 750 x 550 mm

 

Materials for stereolithography

  • Accura® Xtreme™ White 200
  • Accura® ClearVue™
  • Accura® Xtreme™
  • Accura® HPC (High Performance Composite)

Post-processing options

  • Finishing
  • Painting
  • Polishing
  • Metal coating
  • Assembly

 

Applications of stereolithography

 

  • Ideal for prototypes and design models
  • Master models for impression techniques
  • Detailed and geometrically complicated models
Applications of stereolithography

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