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|Technical Principle:||Stereolithography||Layer Thickness:||0.05mm|
|Material:||Resin||Laser System:||High Quality Laser|
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Kings High speed SLA 3d printer, making large size prototyping easier.
Technical principle: SLA stereolithography molding technology, can produce 360° shapeless prototype with no dead angle printing accuracy of up to 0.05mm, can be manufactured without mold.
SLA laser 3D printers use high cost, long service life and rigorous structure, especially the laser, double-sided full-sealed design, a dust can not enter, ensuring long-lasting and reliable accuracy. The SLA laser 3D printer, which currently has a print size of 1700 mm, is an industrial 3D printer that can mass produce dental molds. For example, a conventional 600*600*400mm model can print 50-60 pairs of dental molds at a time. A person can be on duty for 10 machines. Invisible braces manufacturers can produce prototypes of precision dental molds in large quantities with only a small number of personnel, and can also mass production at night. The SLA industrial grade 3D printer guarantees an accuracy of 0.05mm in all places.
What is stereolithography? How does it work? Where does the name come from? We cover all the foundations of this impressive and outstanding technology, including strengths and weaknesses, comparisons and more!
An object printed by stereolithography. Stereolithography, commonly referred to as SLA, is one of the most popular and popular technologies in the field of additive manufacturing. It works by using a high power laser to harden the liquid resin in the container to produce the desired 3D shape. In short, the process uses a low power laser and photopolymerization to convert the photosensitive resin into a 3D solid plastic layer by layer.
Goldstone 3D SLA Light Curing is one of the three main technologies used in 3D printing, as well as fused deposition (FDM) and selective laser sintering (SLS). It belongs to the resin 3D printing category. A similar technique, often combined with SLA, is called Digital Light Processing (DLP). It represents an evolution of the SLA process, using a projector screen instead of a laser.
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