Stereolithography

Stereolithography has been a long kept secret of the dental sector that has finally hit the commercial and industrial markets in recent years.  Touted for its extremely high resolution and realistic detailing, artists and industrial designers have been able to bring their work to life in a photo-realistic manner not seen before.

With the development of new engineering-grade materials geared for end-use, this laser-driven resin process is now capable of machinable, high-tolerance components as well as smaller intricate parts.

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Standard Photopolymer Resin

Material Class:  Photopolymer

Use Cases:  High Detail Form Studies, Realistic Sculpture and Models, High-Tolerance Mating Assemblies

Value:  Cost-Competitive Laser-driven Manufacturing, Repeatable and Reliable, High Resolution and Detail

Precision:  Dimensional Tolerance as low as +/- 0.005", Printed parts are machinable

 

Tough Photopolymer Resin

Material Class:  Photopolymer

Use Cases:  Cyclically-Loaded Fixtures and Brackets, Functional Mating Assemblies

Value:  Cost-Competitive Laser-driven Manufacturing, Repeatable and Reliable, High Resolution and Detail

Precision:  Dimensional Tolerance as low as +/- 0.005", Printed parts are machinable

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Rigid Photopolymer Resin

Material Class:  Photopolymer

Use Cases:  Impact-Resistant Parts, Functional Mating Assemblies

Value:  Cost-Competitive Laser-driven Manufacturing, Repeatable and Reliable, High Resolution and Detail

Precision:  Dimensional Tolerance as low as +/- 0.005", Printed parts are machinable