The Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing for Manufacturing and Production
In this paper, learn the difference between SLA, DLP and 3SP for additive manufacturing in a large build envelope when high accuracy, repeatability, reliability and throughput are required. SLA has inherent difficulties building large parts that are expensive to correct with galvo mirrors, optical systems and multiple laser systems. See why DLP and a new method called 3SP offer more economical solutions that are also faster for production. Manufacturers who require large build envelopes, for large parts or a series of smaller parts, are adopting 3SP rapidly as a replacement for expensive SLA systems. Save
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