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Stereolithography (SLA) Technology

Highly accurate, detailed and repeatable resin 3D printing.

What is Stereolithography 3D Printing? 

The pioneer of 3D printing technology 

Stereolithography 3D printing is renowned for industry-leading part accuracy, detail and sidewall quality.   

Stereolithography is an additive manufacturing process that uses a vat of liquid UV-curable photopolymer resin and a UV laser to build parts one layer at a time.  By using UV light to cure photosensitive polymers, produce parts built up from the vat of resin. 

The platform will move down to the layer thickness chosen and the process repeated until parts are built, ready for washing, removal of supports and curing of parts. 

Discover the industries using SLA technology to build the future of manufacturing and design.

All Industries

From high-performance industries such as F1 and service bureaus requiring reliable part production and throughput, to consumer product industries requiring specific materials for functional or concept prototyping. 

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Automotive

Produce complex custom parts quickly and cost-effectively for prototypes, concept models and low-volume production runs.

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Aerospace

Produce high detail scale models or casting patterns for investment casting.

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Consumer Products

Produce concept and communication models, functional fit -and-form designs or short run end-use parts before investing in mass production.

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Produce complex custom parts quickly and cost-effectively for prototypes, concept models and low-volume production runs.

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Produce high detail scale models or casting patterns for investment casting.

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Produce concept and communication models, functional fit -and-form designs or short run end-use parts before investing in mass production.

A novel alternative to traditional methods of manufacturing.

All Applications

Stereolithography is most commonly used as a prototyping technology within industries that need to print parts or models to validate fit form and function or for concept visualization.  Stereolithography is also used in manufacturing applications for short-run part production such as vacuum castings, injection mold tooling, investment casting master patterns and functional end use part production for certain environments. 

With new and innovative materials now available, SLA 3D printing has evolved to cater to a much wider range of applications than ever before.

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Rapid Prototyping

For concept and communication models and functional fit -and-form designs.

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Jigs & Fixtures

Reduce production costs, accelerate product delivery to market and improve ergonomic safety.

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Investment Casting

Discover the advantages of using 3D printing for investment casting

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Composite Tooling

3D printed tooling for short-run end-use part production

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For concept and communication models and functional fit -and-form designs.

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Reduce production costs, accelerate product delivery to market and improve ergonomic safety.

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Discover the advantages of using 3D printing for investment casting

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3D printed tooling for short-run end-use part production

Stereolithography 3D Printers

All SLA 3D Printers

Designed by engineers, for engineers. 

The reliable and proven Neo series of 3D printers build high-quality parts with superior surface quality, accuracy and detail.

Neo800 Lardge SLA 3D Printer

Neo800

Large-format stereolithography printer, producing large parts with superior surface quality, accuracy and detail. Also build multiple parts in one build providing high throughput with low variability.

Neo450 SLA 3D Printer

Neo450

Produce complex industrial grade quality prototypes, tooling or master patterns. Build parts with accurate detail and outstanding sidewall quality. One machine with multiple build modes, reduce the need to operate many SLA systems with different functions, reducing costs and space.

Neo800 Lardge SLA 3D Printer

Large-format stereolithography printer, producing large parts with superior surface quality, accuracy and detail. Also build multiple parts in one build providing high throughput with low variability.

Neo450 SLA 3D Printer

Produce complex industrial grade quality prototypes, tooling or master patterns. Build parts with accurate detail and outstanding sidewall quality. One machine with multiple build modes, reduce the need to operate many SLA systems with different functions, reducing costs and space.

Materials developed to innovate and transform traditional manufacturing.

All SLA Materials

SLA materials have evolved from general purpose prototyping materials through to now more weatherable or high temp materials, broadening the application use with a goal of end-use part production.   

Achieve exceptional precision, durability, and quality in your 3D prints.

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Somos® WaterShed XC 11122

Versatile, good all-round polymer, very easy to use.

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Somos® WaterShed Black

Meets the demands of weatherability, UV-testing and durability for functional prototyping and end use part production.

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Somos® PerFORM

Very high heat and stiffness, ceramic.

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Somos® EvoLve

Very tough and durable with great surface finish.

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Versatile, good all-round polymer, very easy to use.

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Meets the demands of weatherability, UV-testing and durability for functional prototyping and end use part production.

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Very high heat and stiffness, ceramic.

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Very tough and durable with great surface finish.