Introduction to Stereolithography 3D Printing / Prototyping

Article by Rod Mackay updated September 13, 2021

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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.

  1. What is stereolithography?
  2. Why stereolithography for prototyping?
  3. Concept and communication models
  4. Functional form-and-fit prototypes
  5. Why customers choose Stratasys Neo for prototyping
  6. Benefits of the Stratasys Neo stereolithography 3D printer
  7. Stratasys Neo: Open-resin system stereolithography
  8. Stratasys Neo: best-in-class stereolithography for prototyping applications
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Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.