"Stereolithography or SLA belongs to a family of additive manufacturing technologies known as vat photopolymerization, commonly known as resin 3D printing. These machines are all built around the same principle, using a light source—a laser or projector—to cure liquid resin into hardened plastic. The main physical differentiation lies in the arrangement of the core components, such as the light source, the build platform, and the resin tank." -FormLabs
SLA Printing at UNSW Makerspaces
Our FormLabs printers utilise SLA technology giving you easy access to resin printing across our makerspaces at UNSW. You can find out more about the machines and how to access them through out 3D Printing Hub homepage.