3D Printing (SLA) Prototypes

SLA 3D printing parts, also known as Stereolithography, is a 3D printing rapid prototyping method that produces highly detailed parts with clarity using water resistance materials.


SLA 3D Parts

3D printing SLA services, this original rapid prototyping process is still commonly used today for its accuracy. Often used for prototype parts and large concept models, stereolithography sla offers a high degree of resolution detailed surface finish for marketing ideas of highly engineered products. In any case, to achieve a truly high-quality surface finish, you can apply to sla parts a wide range of post processing choices that maybe considered depending on application. Especially, since sla prints when being built, they require support structures. And when removed, could leave marks and also, ridges on the surface of the component.


  • Materials available include, but not limited to:
  • Accura ClearVue—High clarity, that mimics properties and appearance of ABS and Polycarbonate (PC).
  • Accura Xtreme White 200—Replacement for CNC machined ABS and Polypropylene.
  • Accura 25—Mimic in look and feel of molded Polypropylene.
  • Accura 55—A rigid plastic, durable that mimic molded ABS.

SLA 3D Printing

Stereolithography, sla 3d printing uses a UV laser to cure thermoset resins layer-by-layer. The liquid uv-curable photopolymer resins create high-resolutions parts from prototypes to production runs, including iterations quickly when designing 3d objects. With a variety of surface options, parts can be sanded, prime, and spray paint to help hide any visible layer lines. For finer models or professional grade engineered material prototype parts. While maintain its durability for an array of product development solutions for prototypes or production components.


  • Construction
  • Marketing Concept Models
  • Mechanical Engineering Projects
  • Medicine
  • Product Development
  • Prototyping and Production

Explore our SLA 3D printing services that allows you to custom print rapid prototype parts with fine details and surface finishes, containing complex and intricate geometries.