Stereolithography

A revolutionary process

This revolutionary process is capable of manufacturing complex geometries regardless of the the object's complexity.

The machine uses a vat of photosensitive epoxy resin liquid which it polymerized by an ulta violet laser. The object is created by successive layers. These layers are stacked one upon the onther at the appropriate rate for creation of the model.
The thicknesses of the layers are managed by the programmer and can range from 50µ à 500µ (usually: 100µ ou 150µ).

The wide range of resins allows for the validation of the concept but it can also be used for the creation of tools. The available epoxy resins, flexible or rigid, are of ABS, PP, EP PBT and ceramics types. A transparent resin and a high-temperature resin (>250° C) complete this range of materials.

In only a few hours this technology is able to produce your models and prototypes by using successive layers.

It's value lies not only in its ability to construct the model in full form but to also allow for the validation of the the concept; the assembly of parts as well as the hinge validation.

High Resolution Stereolithography

This high resolution technology takes over for the more demanding requirement, such as: micro parts, delicate jewellery, ultra-fine inscribing, etc…

Making of "Quick Cast" models

Making parts of cellular structures called "Quick Cast method" can meet the needs of skiers, including parts of volumes.

This technique allows to replace the production of wax models and can make complex parts for the foundry, including titanium and super alloys.