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SLA 3D Printing

High quality SLA (Stereolithography) 3D Printing Services, at a discounted rate. Variety of material & color choice like ABS, Polycarbonate (PC), Nylon, Rubber, Silicone and more.

What is SLA 3D Printing?

SLA (Stereolithography) 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process that uses a liquid photopolymer resin as the raw material. It is one of the earliest and most widely used forms of 3D printing technology.

Why SLA? Several reasons to use SLA printing

Materials Variety

There's a wide range of resin materials available for SLA printing, each with its own set of properties (strength, flexibility, temperature resistance, etc.).

Large Size Print

SLA printers can easily print large size 3D Print objects.

High Resolution

It's often used for applications where fine details, smooth surfaces, and intricate geometries are crucial, such as in jewelry design, dental models, prototypes for product development, and in industries where high precision is required.

SLA 3D Print Specifications

Max. Part Size Layer Resolution Min. Feature Size Min. Wall Thickness Min. Hole Size Achievable Tolerances
500mm x 500mm x 500mm
(19.68” x 10.68” x 11.68”)
Normal Resolution (0.1mm)
High Resolution (0.05mm)
Micro Resolution (0.02mm)
0.4mm Min. Height and 0.25mm Min. Depth X and Y
0.25mm thick
+/- 0.2mm

Here's how SLA 3D printing works

Photopolymer Resin

In SLA, a vat of liquid photopolymer resin is used as the material. This resin is sensitive to ultraviolet (UV) light.

Layer-by-Layer Process

The 3D printing process begins by creating an object one layer at a time. The build platform is submerged in the liquid resin, and an ultraviolet laser is used to draw the first layer's shape on the surface of the liquid.

Curing and Solidification

Wherever the laser touches the liquid resin, it solidifies or cures, creating a thin solid layer. This adheres to the platform. The process is repeated, with the platform being incrementally lowered after each layer is cured, allowing the object to be built layer by layer.

Support Structures (if needed)

Overhanging parts of the object that don't have any support beneath them need temporary support structures during printing. These are also created from the same material and are removed after the printing process is complete.


Once the printing is finished, the object is usually removed from the platform, excess resin is drained or wiped off, and the object may undergo additional steps like UV curing (to fully solidify), cleaning, and surface finishing.

SLA Material Options

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Standard SLA Colors

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