Stereolithography is a rapid prototyping process which produces a physical, three-dimensional object from a 3D CAD file.  Stereolithography is commonly referred to as SLA, although SLA is really a Stereo Lithography Apparatus. A stereolithography apparatus uses a computer controlled laser to cure a liquid photo-curable resin, layer by layer, to create a 3D part.

The parts are created with excellent precision, with tolerances to 25 microns.

A variety of materials are available including:

    • Clear
    • Black
    • Grey
    • Tough for Impact Resistance.

Other materials are available upon request.

Here are some examples of SLA Prints:



Tealight Holder printed using clear resin.


                                                              Individual links made with Tough Resin, then snapped into place.


Fractal Bowl printed using grey resin.