USA & Canada
USA & Canada
Resource Guide

DLP 3D Printing P3™ Design Guide

Design Guideline: DLP Programmable Photopolymerization (P3™)

Stratasys' Programmable Photopolymerization (P3) , a Digital Light Processing (DLP) 3D printing technology, is capable of printing difficult geometries without supports, fine features, and large cross-sections, with excellent surface quality comparable to injection molding. However, like traditional manufacturing processes, here are guidelines that result in the highest yields, optimal quality, and reduced labor.

3D Printed Scooter fork P3 DLP Vat polymerization

Related Content

3D Printing or Injection Molding? | Stratasys Direct

3D Printing and Injection Molding: A Practical Guide on How to Choose

A practical guide featuring key points to consider when choosing 3D Printing or Injection as a part manufacturing method.

View more
SLA PolyJet P3 3D Printed Chess Pieces | Stratasys Direct Webinar

Battle of the Tech: Resin Rivals SLA, P3 and PolyJet

Resin-based AM: SLA, P3/DLP, PolyJet—top contenders. Which wins?

View more
Omnicorp phone retention ring on iPhone

Stratasys Direct Helps Launch Omnicorp's Phone Accessories

Omnicorp uses P3™ technology to develop the phoner ring with help from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

View more
3D Printing or Injection Molding? | Stratasys Direct

A practical guide featuring key points to consider when choosing 3D Printing or Injection as a part manufacturing method.

SLA PolyJet P3 3D Printed Chess Pieces | Stratasys Direct Webinar

Resin-based AM: SLA, P3/DLP, PolyJet—top contenders. Which wins?

Omnicorp phone retention ring on iPhone

Omnicorp uses P3™ technology to develop the phoner ring with help from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.