Stereolithography (SL) is one of several methods used to create 3D-printed objects. It's the process by which a uniquely designed 3D printing machine, called a stereolithograph apparatus (SLA) converts liquid plastic into solid objects.
3D printing industry allows to realise large parts with a very high-quality level; stereolithography is the ideal technology to create planks, bumpers and other large details for aesthetic tests and showcar.
Stereolithography is also ideal technology for making mock-ups and scale models because it achieves a very high surface aesthetic level.
How it works: A laser beam polymerises layer by layer, the liquid resin contained inside a tank until the solid three-dimensional object is obtained. This technology makes possible to create extremely detailed pieces, even with very complex geometries that are impossible to achieve with traditional production technologies.
ABS, STONELIKE (UV & Thermal postcure), CRYSTAL, STONELIKE (UV & postcure), NEW WHITE. Datasheet
MACHINE DIMENSIONS: up to 2000x1000x1000mm
APPLICATIONS: Prototypes for aesthetic verification. Assembly tests. Master for casting molds or die casting.
INTERNAL RETICULAR STRUCTURE: The monolithic details made in stereolithography are made with an internal reticular structure that gives every detail lightness and at the same time the right degree of robustness.
Skorpion Engineering has a machine park dedicated to stereolithography that can produce monolithic pieces up to 2000x1000x1000mm with the advantage of avoiding assembly and gluing of several pieces for the production of large parts. The resin used is New White, developed by Skorpion Engineering specifically for large prototypes.
To learn more watch the VIDEO STEREOLITHOGRAPHY.
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