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SLA 3D Printing (Stereolithography)

Bringing Your Idea to Life With SLA 3D Printing

SLA 3D printing— otherwise known as “stereolithography”— is a form of 3D printing tech that is most commonly used within the manufacturing industry to produce high-quality models, prototypes, production parts and more using advanced photochemical processes.

RT Prime proudly offers fast and reliable turnaround for all SLA 3D-printed parts. Our process is air-tight: we follow your schematics 100% exactly, work closely with your engineers to ensure that your design is as manufacturable as possible and offer expert guidance for any adjustments that need to be made in order to make your idea a reality via SLA 3D printing.

Our specializations?

  • Design Review
  • Domestic Low-Volume Production
  • Large Bed Volume
  • 3D Scanning
  • Logistics Guidance and Implementation

For every design that it passed on to us, a NDA is signed to ensure that your ideas are fully protected. Ahead of printing, we do a thorough review, signal to you where your design could (or could not) be adjusted, flag potential design-related issues during the manufacturing process and can help with the troubleshooting process during manufacturing. Combined with our colour matching, logistics offerings and low cost, 90% of clients that shop around come back here to RT Prime for their SLA 3D printing needs.

The advantages of choosing SLA 3D printing for your design realizations?

  • High Precision
  • Fine Detail
  • Smooth Finish
  • Wide Range of Size Capabilities
  • Reliable Quality

Potential drawbacks of stereolithography are fragility, meaning that the materials will be more fragile than their final counterparts, and unit production— due to the machine’s three-copy limit, it’s best-suited for domestic low-volume production.

Perfect for prototypes to drive your design and market, turn your sketch into a reality with SLA 3D printing by RT Prime. View our product gallery or contact us today to learn why stereolithography is right for your project.

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