Explore how stereolithography 3D printing and the NEO is helping industries build the future of manufacturing and design.

Benefits of
Stereolithography
3D printing

  • Highly accurate part side-wall quality and detail – Build complex parts with smooth finishes due to exceptional layer to layer scan repeatability
  • Reduction in lead times, improving time to market The curing speeds of SL technology means parts are built faster and as SL produces more accurate parts, it reduces the need for post-processing saving on time and costs
  • Design freedom – Parts produced can be customised with complex, intricate designs that can be quickly iterated and reprinted if changes are required
  • Variety and range of SL materials – SL offers users the ability to produce parts for a range of different applications requiring different properties, all from one technology
  • Reduced reliance on global supply chains – 3D printing offers users the ability to localise manufacturing rather than rely on overseas supply chains to get products to market. This reduces carbon footprint, reduces logistic and storage costs, and creates more jobs, locally.

The NEO800 – world-class stereolithography 3D printing technology

The NEO800 offers all the benefits of SL technology and is designed for greater versatility and functionality – features include:

  • Large 800x800x600mm build envelope – build larger parts or more parts in one build, saving time and costs
  • Open resin system design for freedom of material selection – cover a range of applications or for the creation of future resin material specific to industry needs
  • Titanium software with an easy to use click and print interface –software allows for reporting capability, providing insight such as hardware usage and part traceability. The software is driven by customer feedback, offering ongoing performance and functionality improvements.

Industries ranging from F1 through to service bureaux have already invested in the NEO SL 3D printer for rapid tooling, prototyping and casting master patterns.

 

Learn more about the specific applications below