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00:07Stereolithography uses UV light to harden polymer resins
00:12and produce objects with very high levels of detail.
00:17Plastics based on epoxy resins have a wide range of applications.
00:23They can be used to produce high-resolution objects
00:27"such as mock-ups for product testing
00:29"master forms for precision casting and molding processes
00:33or for dentistry.
00:35Here’s how the PROTIQ process works:
00:37"Upload your file to the PROTIQ portal and choose the quantity
00:46Our software divides your file into layers and sends them to the printer.
00:51"The work platform is coated with a thin layer of epoxy resin
00:56which is then hardened at the relevant positions by a UV laser.
01:00Then the work platform is lowered into the resin bath by one layer’s thickness
01:05and the surface receives a new coating.
01:08This process is repeated until your object is completely finished.
01:12The completed product is now withdrawn from the resin bath along with the work platform...
01:18...and hung over the bath so excess resin can drip off.
01:21Now the support is removed.
01:24The object is cleaned in a chemical bath and completely cured under UV light.
01:30"Thanks to their ideal surface structure and high level of detail
01:35stereolithography products can be used for high-precision prototypes
01:39or as master forms for casting processes.
01:42The method is also suited to the production of transparent objects for lenses or optical waveguides.
01:48SLA products can be produced with wall thicknesses from 0.1 mm.
01:55The size of your object should not exceed 1500x750x550 mm.
02:06"Depending on the desired composition of your object
02:09with PROTIQ you have a choice of additive manufacturing methods.
02:153D printing by PROTIQ. Precise. Fast. Reliable.
Letzte Änderung: 21.02.2017