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What is SLA 3D printing?

SLA 3D printing, or stereolithography, is a technique that creates objects by selectively curing a photosensitive liquid resin with a UV laser. This process allows for high precision and detail, producing parts with smooth surface finishes and complex geometries. It is particularly valued for its ability to produce accurate, isotropic, and watertight prototypes and end-use parts with fine features.

SLA printing is one of the first and most established forms of 3D printing, known for its high resolution and accuracy. It’s ideal for applications that require a high level of detail, such as dental work, jewelry, and prototyping for various industries.

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