Download our design guide to learn how to orientate parts for stereolithography so you can achieve industry leading part quality with stereolithography 3D printing services from TriMech.
Careful build preparation results in reliable part production
Design consideration and part orientation is an important step in the 3D printing build preparation process.
When printing parts using stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing technology, how you orientate a part on the platform and generate supports prior to print can impact the accuracy and success of the final build.
The reliable and proven Stratasys Neo® stereolithography 3D printer used by our services team can build high-quality parts that are dimensionally accurate, with exceptional sidewalls and sharp feature resolution, reducing finishing time by up to 50%. The Stratasys Neo 3D printer can produce many parts in one build or larger parts, perfect for highly demanding industries requiring more speed and reliability.
Design guide on how to orientate parts for stereolithography
This guide will give you an overview of the types of design considerations to look out for, such as analyzing the geometry for optimal part placement. The capabilities of the Neo, combined with careful build preparation will result in reliable, industry leading SL part production, every time.