Stereolithography (SLA) Technology
Stereolithography (SLA) is an effective additive manufacturing process which utilizes a vat filled with UV-curable photopolymer resin and a UV laser to create parts in layers. This technology provides smooth sidewall quality and detail, tight tolerances with layer thickness of 50-200 microns, and a variety of materials for specific applications. It is most often used as a prototyping system in order to validate the fit, form, or functionality of a model or part. Additionally, it is often employed in manufacturing applications for short production runs and to produce functional end use parts for certain environments. Due to short build times and excellent finish quality, minimal post-processing of the parts is necessary, resulting in time and cost savings.
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Neo 450Versatile stereolithography 3d printing, with flexible options to suit multiple needs. Stratasys Neo®450 sla 3d printer series is a reliable, productive, and efficient industrial-grade printer. Derived from the successful Neo800, it features a compact platform (17.72 × 17.72 × 15.75 in.) for prototypes, rapid tooling, and master patterns with exceptional surface quality. The Neo450 series offers flexibility with two models: Neo450e, an affordable printer for small to medium parts with consistent accuracy, and Neo450s, a faster and versatile option with standard and high-definition build modes for superior quality parts.
Build large SLA 3D printed parts with superior surface quality, accuracy and detail.
Build large prototypes, rapid tooling and master patterns with a world-class industrial large-format stereolithography 3D printing technology. The Neo®800 SLA 3d printer builds high-quality parts with superior surface quality, accuracy and detail.