Stereolithography

prototypes

Stereolithography

aesthetic resins

The Stereolithography – aesthetic resin solution belongs to the more general group of Direct Printing (or DP). All Direct Printing techniques produce approximate models, defined as 2.5D or obtained from the union of a very dense series of discrete sections, called layers.

Stereolithography is a rapid prototyping technique that allows the construction of details through the selective addition of the material in the form of liquid in the tank. The material is processed by an ultraviolet laser that reinforces it and constitutes the object.

Specifically, stereolithography has a very refined tickness layer that allows the construction of highly detailed models. It can build rigid details, both opaque and transparent, and with an important mechanical characteristic (especially if ceramic-enriched material is used).

Features

Stereolithography

The material has a glassy resin consistency, easy to finish, with very smooth surfaces.

  • High dimensional compliance which makes it the most suitable technique for making templates and calibers in general.
  • he working range is 400x400x400mm (larger objects can be made by girding rigid modules.
  • The Layer Thickness is 25 microns
  • The opaque materials are ivory, while the transparent ones require polishing to have a lenticular appearance

Applications

developed applications

  • Grids
  • Caps
  • Knobs
  • Burners
  • Wok supports
  • Tanks
  • Distributors
  • Shut-off valves
  • Control valves
  • Body Pump
  • Engine mount lantern
  • Mouthpieces
  • Valves
  • Shredders
  • Open impellers
  • Closed impellers
  • Single channel impellers
  • Speakers
  • Circulators
  • Supports
  • Engine shields
  • Inverter boxes
  • Carcasses
  • Finned masses
  • Lampposts
  • Racing components
  • Aluminum frames
  • Engine cylinders
  • Engine heads
  • Brake calipers
  • Clutch Carter
  • Engine cover
  • Gearboxes
  • Elements for frames
  • Forks

MATERIALS FOR PROTECTING USED

FURTHER INFORMATION ON MATERIALS FOR STEREOLITHOGRAPHY PROTOTYPING