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Overview of application applications using SLA technology at Technology Applied

Technology Applied, a leading player on the Polish 3D printing market, known for its specialization in selective laser sintering (SLS) technology, has been developing its specialization in stereolithography (SLA) technology from DWS Systems for several years. Thanks to this, the company significantly expands its offer, entering new areas of 3D printing applications that are inaccessible to powder techniques.

SLA is the first 3D printing technology that uses UV light to harden light-cured resins layer by layer, creating three-dimensional objects. DWS Systems XPR S is particularly distinguished by its large working area, which allows the production of objects with maximum dimensions of 30 cm in each of the XYZ axes, which is rare in 3D printing from resins. Thanks to this, the company can fulfill orders that were previously limited due to their size.

Technology Applied uses this method in the following areas:

  • Prototyping: SLA is ideal for quickly creating accurate prototypes. The company uses this technology to produce models that must be precisely reproduced, especially for industries such as mechanical engineering or medicine.
  • Final production: Thanks to SLA, Technology Applied is able to produce finished parts and products. The XPR S workspace allows the creation of larger components that can be used as end parts in various industrial sectors.
  • Art and design: SLA allows you to create complex shapes and details, which is used by artists and designers working with Technology Applied.
  • Medicine: SLA is used in the production of anatomical models, surgical tools and prototypes of medical devices. The precision of this technology is crucial in applications where high accuracy is required.
  • Education and research: In the world of science, SLA is used to create complex scientific and educational models that are used in laboratories and educational institutions.
  • Architecture: SLA allows you to print detailed architectural models, which is especially useful for architects and spatial designers.
  • Automotive and Aerospace: In industries where high precision is required, SLA is used to produce complex parts and prototypes.

The expansion of Technology Applied’s offer with the SLA technology from DWS Systems XPR S not only confirms the company’s position as a leader in the 3D printing industry in Poland, but also opens up new opportunities for it. A larger work area, precise details and the versatility of SLA applications allow the implementation of projects that were previously beyond the reach of SLS technology. Thanks to this, the company can now meet an even wider spectrum of customer needs, regardless of the industry in which they operate.

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