Synchronous, dual-laser SLA printer; new material, post-processing

Departments - 3D + Additive

May 31, 2022


The SLA 750 stereolithography (SLA) additive manufacturing (AM) solution from 3D Systems addresses large format or high-volume production applications. Comprised of the SLA 750 and SLA 750 Dual – a synchronous, dual-laser SLA printer – and the Accura AMX Durable Natural material and the PostCure 1050 post-processing system, the solution is optimized for cost-effective SLA batch part production. The entire solution can be integrated into the factory floor through the Oqton Manufacturing OS.

Both printers include 3D Sprint, delivering the tools to quickly and efficiently go from design to high quality, true-to-CAD printed parts without relying on multiple software packages.

Tested per ASTM D4329 and ASTM G194, Accura AMX Durable Natural resin exhibits similar stress/strain toughness performance to standard thermoplastics, and its isotropic mechanical properties ensure superior part strength in any build orientation.

To meet the requirements of 3D Systems’ SLA 750 production workflow, the company’s introducing the PostCure 1050, delivering cure times and throughput 5x faster than comparable solutions because of consistent 360° light uniformity.

Oqton’s Manufacturing OS, an agnostic platform that enables manufacturers to increase innovation and efficiency by intelligently automating production, facilitates seamless integration into existing workflows. Powered by artificial intelligence (AI), it unifies engineering and production, connecting specialist applications across design, CAM, 3D printing, simulation, reverse engineering, and inspection.

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