SLA 3D Printing Service

3D printing with stereolithography allows
for high resolution prototypes.

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Stereolithography

SLA is a 3D printing process used to create concept models, cosmetic prototypes, and complex parts with intricate geometries. Extremely high feature resolutions, and quality surface finishes are possible with SLA. Available materials have mechanical properties similar to ABS.

Capabilities & Standards

Requirement

Capability

Maximum Build Size:

119 x 67 x 75 mm (4.68" x 2.63" x 2.95")

Dimensional Accuracy:

± 30 µm (0.0012")

Layer Height:

25-50 µm

Percent Infill:

100%

Standard Lead Times:

1 Day

Printing Media:

Internal Part Geometry:

Solid

Post Processing:

Support material is removed such that the supported surface has a consistent finish

SLA Design Guidelines

The table below is a summary of the recomemended minimum size for the most commonly encountered features in SLA 3D printing.

Feature

Minimum Size

Unsupported Walls:

0.2 mm (0.0079")

Supported Walls:

0.2 mm (0.0079")

Minimum Feature:

0.1 mm (0.0039")

Hole Diameter:

0.5 mm (0.0197")