3D printing – SLA rapid prototyping

We would be happy to manufacture parts with particularly complex properties for you by means of additive manufacturing in the stereolithography process (SLA process). SLA plastic parts are produced by 3D printing, especially for filigree, precise components with high demands on the surface.

Your contact person

Tobias Camek
Sales
t.camek(at)priomold.de
Phone: +49 (0)7084 97696915

Maximum precision through SLA process

One of the most established and precise generative 3D printing prototyping methods is the stereolithography process (SLA for short). Production is carried out using a light-curing plastic, which is cured by a laser in very thin layers (0.01 to 0.2 millimetres).

SLA plastic parts are produced by 3D printing, especially for filigree, precise components with high demands on the surface.

SLA component (stereolithography process)

We offer you rapid prototyping components with additive manufacturing (maximum dimensions: 124x69x195 millimetres) in the SLA process in the following materials:

  • Pro BLK10 (universal material with good overall properties)
  • Flex BLK20 (similar to polypropylene (PP))
  • Tough BLK20 (similar to ABS)
  • Rubber BLK10 (soft material with Shore A 60)

Every step is perfect: additive manufacturing

Rapid prototyping or 3D-printed plastic parts are particularly suitable for individual prototype samples to initially test the function and look and feel. The advantage is the short turnaround time even with comparatively complex geometries.

SLA component in production

Additive manufacturing is also suitable for functional models during the development of plastic parts to make any intermediate steps adaptable. Components can even be produced in this way at an early design stage.

SLA component in production

Sensible quantities for simple components:

  • 1 to 10 pieces

Sensible quantities for complex components where many geometries are not designed for injection moulding:

  • Approx. 50 pieces

Turnaround times after order for individual components.

  • 1-3 working days

If you have higher quality requirements and need larger quantities, we recommend our rapid tooling process for the production of prototypes and small series using injection moulding.

We get your project moving forwards!