SLA is a type of photopolymerization capable of producing parts with an excellent surface finish and small feature resolution. While SLA is not typically suitable for high-performance applications, its intricate and accurate detailing make it a popular option for prototypes. Our factory uses Formlabs Form 3 SLA 3D printers.
Producing parts with SLA
|• 145 x 145 x 185 mm
Min. feature size
|• The minimum feature size is different for each resin, but we are able to achieve complex and aggressive geometry.|
|• Get your prototypes in as little as seven days. Production or high volume runs will be examined on a case by case basis.|
|Surgical guide||Clear orange||67D||• Biocompatible|
|Rigid||White||89D||• Strong and brittle
• Meant for more industrial applications
|Tough 2000||Gray matte||81D||• Engineering resin
• For mechanical and industrial applications
|Tough 1500||Gray matte||76D||• Engineering material
• More flexible than Tough 2000
• Stronger mechanical properties than Elastic
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Common SLA Applications
SLA 3D printing produces parts with small feature resolution and excellent surface finish, making it a good technology for applications where details are important.
High dimensional accuracy for precise patterns.
Capable of producing intricate details with high-resolution.
Excellent resolution, small feature size, and finish.
Learn more about the SLA 3D printing services we offer at the Fast Radius resource center.