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The Stereolithography with Mask (MSLA) technology is a variant of the SLA that allows you to produce resin parts even faster at a lower cost. It is used to process high-performance resins for industrial use.

Detail Accuracy

Prints are produced with layers of only 50 µm

Industrial Resins

Selection of high-performance industrial materials

2-day shipping

Extra-fast in-house production in just 2 days

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High Definition, Maximum Performance

Selection of industrial resins

We select only the best industrial and professional resins, to offer practical solutions to meet the design needs of designers and offer high performance.

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Production Capacity

Runs in just 2 days

With over 30 different MSLA machines, Weerg offers a service that entails all-in-house and extra-fast production. The machines operate 24/7 allowing you to make thousands of parts in just 2 days. 2 quality checks are carried out on each print before shipment.

Materials available for Stereolithography

ABS-like resin

Draft Resin - Grey Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

ABS-like resin tracks ABS performance but is characterized by increased stiffness and hardness. It allows you to achieve a high degree of ...

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 ...

How does MSLA Masked Stereolithography work?

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 peculiarity of this 3D technology is the high degree of definition that can be achieved as each level is only 50 µm high. The resins are characterized by an extremely homogeneous and smooth finish. Finally, many industrial resins offer interesting performances such as Tough Resin or High Temp Resin.

Why choose MSLA Masked Stereolithography?

Masked Stereolithography (MSLA) is a technology that works only with resins photosensitive to UV rays. The increasing use of this technology has led to the development of new industrial resins in recent years that have made a mark on the sector thanks to their performance and cost-effectiveness. All resins are distinguished by an extremely smooth and homogeneous finish with a high degree of detail equal to 50 µm. Resins have been developed to replace applications that were previously handmade by professionals to recreate the same precise definition: for example, High Temp resin allows you to create highly faithful moulds for goldsmiths and able to resist high casting temperatures.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is MSLA or SLA better?

Stereolithography (SLA) and masked stereolithography (MSLA) are technologies capable of processing the same materials: UV-sensitive resins at 405 nm or 385 nm. Although the processing principle is similar, there are some operational differences: SLA technology uses a laser to precisely catalyse the resin; MSLA technology, on the other hand, creates a "mask" of the entire layer and uses it to catalyse the entire printing plate. Therefore, MSLA technology is much faster and defined on the large scale, with a consequent reduction in production costs.

What materials can be printed with MSLA or SLA?

Stereolithography is a 3D printing or additive manufacturing process that uses liquid resins sensitive to UV rays as a material. These UV rays are used to impress a selected area (through a mask generated by an LCD screen) of the print area that will then solidify. The resins that can be processed with this technology include many interesting materials at an industrial level such as Tough Resin, very resistant and flexible, High Temp resin, perfect for moulds or connectors subjected to high temperatures, or transparent and translucent resins.

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