Stereolithography (SLA) is a type of additive manufacturing process used for creating tangible 3-dimensional objects from CAD designs or 3D scanned digital files. The process, invented and named by Chuck Hull in 1986, uses photo-reactive (usually … [Read more...] about What is Stereolithography?
Formlabs, a designer and manufacturer of desktop stereolithograhy 3D printers, has announced the addition of white resin to its growing library of build material. Along with its opaque color, the company’s white resin provides improved color … [Read more...] about Formlabs introduces white resin for the Form 1
The Nuon Solar Team has won the 2013 World Solar Challenge. Powered entirely by the sun, the Nuna7 vehicle made the 3,000-kilometre trip through Australia from Darwin to Adelaide in less than five days. DSM provided the resins and application … [Read more...] about DSM aids in developing solar-powered car
In 1986, inventor Charles W. Hull developed a “solid imaging process” known as stereolithography, which initiated the rapid prototyping revolution. Stereolithography (SLA) builds three-dimensional models out of liquid photosensitive polymers that … [Read more...] about Stereolithography – Shaping Resins