Stereolithography system

  • 05-Sep-2008 03:34 EDT
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The iPro 9000 SLA Center from 3D Systems Corp. is a stereolithography system for production of ultra-high-definition Pro-Parts from Accura Plastics. The center produces durable plastic parts with high surface smoothness, feature resolution, edge definition, and tolerances quickly and economically. Its ProScan digital scanning system contains a SteadyPower Imager, which delivers reliable output for optimal performance and repeatability. The large build platform for extended unattended operation is suited for the high production of finely featured micro parts or the fabrication of a few extra-large parts. The 3DManage and 3DPrint software provides extensive build management, part editing, and automatic support generating tools and extensive remote monitoring and diagnostics capabilities.
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