Stereolithography (SLA)

SLA printers work almost the same as DLP machines but source their light from lasers. Generally, the laser inside the machine transmits light to the galvanometer or a deflection mirror that is in motion. Their role is to aim the laser beam in accordance with the code to the specific areas on a print bed that needs to become solid. Lasers can create smooth rounded lines and be more precise lighting the material, so good SLA machines (even desktop ones) have higher resolution and a smoother surface of prints than DLP printers. Having a Stereolithography on your hand, will be helpful to jewelers, doctors, creators of custom implants and products. In our catalog, you can find desktop machines and huge industrial units with impressive build volume.