The world of SLA (Stereolithography) printing, is a type of 3D printing that allows us to create highly accurate, detailed objects from a variety of materials.
Imagine a vat of liquid resin, which is sensitive to light. A laser beam traces the shape of the object on the surface of the resin, curing it layer by layer. As each layer solidifies, it adheres to the previous layer, building up the object according to the digital design file.
Once the object is fully formed, it is lifted out of the vat and any excess resin is removed. The result is a highly accurate, detailed object with smooth surface finishes and intricate features.
SLA printing is a popular choice for creating prototypes, low-volume production parts, and intricate designs. Its precision and ability to produce highly detailed objects make it a valuable tool in a variety of industries.