SLA

Stereolithography (SLA) is an additive manufacturing process whereby an ultraviolet (UV) laser is used to cure layer upon layer of photopolymer resin to produce a 3D printed part. 

CA Models has invested in this technology, currently operating nine SLA systems, each building in a different resin.  

The newest of these are the ProJet 6000 and ProJet 7000, enabling us to build high resolution parts within an envelope maximum of 380mm x 380mm x 250mm.  Our iPro systems allow us to build large parts up to 750mm x 700mm x 650mm. 

All of our SLA systems are manufactured and maintained by 3D Systems.

 

MATERIALS

Accura Bluestone

Accura ClearVue

Accura HPC

Accura Xtreme (was VisiJet Tough)

Accura Xtreme White 200

Somos NeXt

Somos PerFORM

VisiJet SL Flex (was Accura 25)

Our SLA machines

An additive manufacturing machine building a rapid prototype model for the medical sector
ProJet 7000
Rapid prototyping SLA machine making a prototype mode forl a CA models customer
ProJet 6000
An additive manufacturing system making a 3D model for a F1 customers
iPro 8000 x 2
Stereolithography machine 3D printing a rapid prototype model for the product design industry
Dual VAT iPro 9000
additive manufacturing machine making a rapid prototype model for a customer
Viper Si2 x 2
additive manufacturing machine making a rapid prototype model for a customer
SLA 7000
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