Workflow on SLA 3D Printing: Achieving Tight Tolerance with Robust Engineering Materials
Why you should watch
The ability to print fine details with exceptional surface quality is one of the key advantages of using stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing. With increasingly affordable, scalable printers available, more engineers and product designers are choosing desktop SLA over traditional forms of additive manufacturing. Laser-based 3D printing from the desktop allows for a faster way of prototyping that is extremely precise and accurate.
Understanding material options and how to optimize the part-to-print workflow is essential to get the most value out of 3D printing. In this webinar, Kevin Gautier, Channel Application Engineer at Formlabs, will walk through the SLA 3D printing workflow from initial concept in CAD to finished physical part and explain SLA material properties.
What you will learn
How to select the correct material for your application
How to prepare, print, and finish a model
How the Form 2 works
How laser-based printing provides high accuracy, precision, and tolerances
Advantages of SLA over fused deposition modeling (FDM) and digital light processing (DLP) technology
Questions? Contact us to learn more or to speak to a 3D printing specialist.
Kevin Gautier, Formlabs
Kevin Gautier is a channel application engineer at Formlabs passionate about Digital Fabrication technologies. He trains Formlabs channel partners on new applications and materials, and works with several high profile accounts to demonstrate capabilities of SLA printing. He mentors a Formula SAE Team, and uses CAD, 3D Printing, and CNC machining to build projects ranging from composite molds to electric vehicles to robotic motion simulators.
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