Hull 3d-printed on SLA

FDM printing is commonly used to print large parts, but it has a significant disadvantage – dimensional accuracy. Due to melting, overlaps, rod products are difficult to assemble. SLA printing involves illumination of liquid photopolymer by a laser, in a very thin layer. Due to the presence of compensations, the laser movements are precise, and the accuracy does not depend on the size of the product. We use a ЗD printer with a print area of 266 x 170 mm, which is enough for most instrumentation tasks.

Printing time 35 hours
Overall dimensions 250 x 80 x 170 mm
Material Photopolymer resin