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We’ve been the leader in high capacity Stereolithography & SLS for more than 20 years.

Stereolithography is the ideal
choice for:

  • Form and Fit testing of new designs
  • Functional parts for special projects
  • Architectural models and one-offs
  • Form and Fit testing of new designs
  • Testing of new designs or reverse engineered parts
  • Investment Casting patterns for QuickTurn cast metal parts
  • Limited run production parts

Material choices include:

Additional SLA specs & info:

Dimensional tolerances:

  • +/- 0.005” or better for the first 3 to 4 Inches

Layer thickness:

  • 0.002” to 0.006 depending on resolution

Build envelope:

  • 20” x 20” x 24” (up to 10’ long by special order)


  • Depending on size of part, but typical Turnaround for hand-held parts is 24 to 48 hours.

Wax patterns Replacement:

  • Quickcast Patterns are used as wax patterns for investment casting of metals such as aluminum, steel, bronze, etc. (See Metal Castings).

Finishing types:

  • 2A Finishing: Minimum surface sanding and a bead blast finish. Ideal for engineering check models and form/fit testing 3A Finishing: Each part is sanded and hand-finished, benched, and verified for dimensional accuracy and surface integrity. Ideal for marketing samples, trade show samples and ready for painting. Paint and Texture: Parts are painted and textured to exact color match and specified texture. A 3A finish is required prior to paint and texture.


Rapid prototyping stereolithography manufacturing gives engineers, designers, and inventors dimensionally accurate plastic parts they can hold, test, and show in a matter of days, instead of the weeks or months it used to take with conventional manufacturing.
Stereolithography (aka SLA or 3D layering or 3D printing) produces three-dimensional solid plastic objects directly from CAD data in a process that utilizes a ultra-violet laser and a large vat of photo-curable polymer liquid plastic. Working from a CAD file, stereolithography solidifies the polymer into precise patterns using a laser beam. Since they are created directly from 3D designs, SLA parts are extremely accurate, and are delivered with fast turnaround time without any compromise in accuracy or quality.

 Selective Laser Sintering
Selective Laser Sintering
Selective Laser Sintering
Selective Laser Sintering
Selective Laser Sintering
Selective Laser Sintering