Designers, engineers and part providers are increasingly choosing stereolithography (SL) printing technology for prototyping applications because of its ability to print complex designs with a high degree of accuracy, fine resolution and smooth part sidewalls.
Parts produced using SL technology require little or no post-processing, resulting in cost savings and faster time to market, compared with traditional manufacturing methods.
Included in this white paper:
In this white paper, we’ll look at the most common prototyping applications produced using SL technology and highlight why the Stratasys Neo® is fast becoming the stereolithography 3D printer of choice for prototyping.
- What is stereolithography?
- Why stereolithography for prototyping?
- Concept and communication models
- Functional form-and-fit prototypes
- Why customers choose Stratasys Neo for prototyping
- Benefits of the Stratasys Neo stereolithography 3D printer
- Stratasys Neo: Open-resin system stereolithography
- Stratasys Neo: best-in-class stereolithography for prototyping applications
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