Selective Laser Sintering


SLA Is a laser based additive 3D printing process

Widely regarded as one of the more accurate additive technologies, SLA is commonly used amongst designers and engineers looking for fine detailed, small featured parts.

The process builds parts with a precise UV laser to cure and solidify thin layers of a photo-reactive resin.  Once completed, support structures are removed and parts are hand finished to create a smooth surface finish.

GoProto’s finishing service enables us to add paint, metalising and texture to SLA parts to create highly-cosmetic show models.

Ideal applications for Stereolithography:

CAVEATS: not for production or structural fallibility

SLA Accura 25


FIGURE 4 PRO-BLK || BLACK: Thermoplastic-like mechanical properties and long-term environmental stability ideal for direct production of small black plastic parts. (Spec sheet)

FIGURE 4 RUBBER065A || BLACK: A mid-tear strength, production-grade rubber combined with Shore 65A hardness and a high elongation at break. (Spec sheet)

ACCURA 25 || NATURAL (OFF WHITE): Produces prototypes that are ideally suited for design verification, clip fitment and limited functional testing. Simulates the properties and aesthetics of polypropylene and ABS. (Spec sheet)

ACCURA CLEARVUE || CLEAR : Clear SLA plastic for producing rigid parts for bottles, lenses and headlamps. (Spec sheet)

ACCURA XTREME || GREY: Ultra tough grey plastic to replace CNC-machined polypropylene and ABS articles. (Spec sheet)

“All 300 sets of MJF parts arrived yesterday morning, several days early! Thank you, everything looks great.” — Ian Lowe (Solar company) – Brisbane, QLD
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