Stereolithography (SLA) is able to produce high-accuracy, isotropic, and watertight prototypes and end-use parts in a range of advanced materials with fine features and smooth surface finish.
SLA 3D printing is widely used for rapid prototyping due to its ability to produce highly detailed, smooth, and accurate models. It allows designers and engineers to validate designs, test form and fit, and make design iterations quickly and cost-effectively.
SLA 3D printing is utilized in low-volume manufacturing, especially for producing custom and one-off parts. It offers a cost-effective solution for creating specialized components without the need for expensive tooling.
Architects and designers use SLA 3D printing to create intricate scale models of buildings and interior spaces.
SLA 3D printing is valuable in educational settings and research laboratories for creating detailed models and prototypes to study complex structures, biological samples, and other scientific applications.