Process works by curing liquid photopolymers when exposed to ultraviolet light. Prototyping Service | Stereolithograph (SLA) is limited in its range of applicable materials but is still widely used for conceptual designs, Product verification, Pattern making, Form/Fit analysis and light functional testing.
The Prototyping Service | Stereolithograph (SLA) process produces plastic parts directly from 3D CAD model, by solidifying the surface of a liquid photo polymer layer by layer with the help of a laser beam. When the laser beam hits the liquid, it solidifies the resin. When a layer is fully traced, the elevator is then lowered in the vat. The self-adhesive property of the material causes the layer to stick with each other and in this way a 3d part is formed in multi-layers.
" Prototyping Service | Stereolithograph (SLA) process is highly accurate and is suitable for fine detailed parts
" Prototyping Service | Stereolithograph (SLA) process is excellent for light function testing and snap fitting of mating parts.
- Material - TSR-821
- Tensile strength (Mpa) - 49
- Elongation (%) 13-15
- Tensile Modulus (Mpa) 1,800
- Flexural Strength (Mpa) 70
- Flexural Modulus (Mpa) 2,225
- Impact strength (notched) 48-49
- Surface Hardness ( Shore D) 82-85
- Appearance - Pale white