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Fantastic reproduction of the smallest details and a smooth and uniform surface distinguish this family of materials

The resin is processed using MSLA technology and being a liquid and continuous raw material, it leads to the creation of components with an excellent surface finish, very similar to that of injection moulded objects. They have an excellent ability to replicate very finite details and detailed surfaces, faithfully reproducing what is drawn in the 3D file. The components are created anchored to the construction platform with structures, formed from the same material as the component and which must be subsequently removed manually from the printing process. Being manufactured by exposure to ultraviolet light, they are sensitive to this type of radiation, including sunlight.
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Best Price Classic Resin

Draft Resin - Grey Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

Best Price Classic Resin tracks ABS performance but is characterized by increased stiffness and hardness. It allows you to achieve a high ...

Clear Translucent Resin

Translucent Resin - Translucent Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

Clear Resin is made after processing with a Translucent finish or frost effect, which guarantees a pleasant and homogeneous aesthetic ...

High Temp Resin

High Temperature Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

The High Temp Resin (for high temperatures), with its HDT 0.45MPa of 190°C, is the most thermally efficient resin at the thermal level ...

Tough resin

Heavy duty resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

Tough resin (or resistant) boasts excellent resilience, its mechanical properties include elasticity and the ability to flex without ...

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Mask Stereolithography
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Masked Stereolithography (MSLA) is a 3D printing or additive manufacturing process that uses UV-sensitive liquid resins as a material. These UV rays are used to impress a selected area (through a mask) of the print area that will then solidify. Level after level, the desired object will be created, from the bottom up. The ...

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