By Bridget Butler Millsaps Via 3DPrint
The 3D printing industry just keeps becoming more and more refined–and enormously progressive–offering significant and positive impacts to nearly every sector from engineering to medical, as well as art, design, and far more. With that, it’s certainly true that 3D printing with SLA just keeps developing further as well, from the actual equipment and software to the resins. Dynamic companies like Formlabs are responsible for keeping the momentum rolling, allowing for new materials that in turn give makers and 3D printing enthusiasts what they need for greater innovation.
While printing with SLA just continues to become more and more popular due to the considerable benefits such as higher resolution and much better accuracy, materials are always a concern in terms of reliability and expense. Makers are becoming more proficient and have continually new requirements regarding durability and quality.