Stereolithography is one of the most widely used additive manufacturing technologies. Stereolithography uses light to cure liquid resin into a solid object, one layer at a time. This offers dimensional freedom and complexity. Stereolithography can be used for a wide variety of applications including functional prototyping and rapid tooling. The technology excels at creating applications with fine features and high detail, as well as a smooth, injection mold-like surface finish. Stereolithography printers can be used to print many small intricate parts, or detailed large parts.
More than 30 years’ experience in stereolithography resins
Experienced material scientists
Large ecosystem of partners
Form, fit and function with parts that are semi-flexible
Clearing the way for progress
For hollow composite tooling. Creating structural impact
For superior investment casting
Best balance of performance, speed and post-processing
A low-viscosity resin with an opaque white appearance
For a compelling solution that combines rich feature detail and dimensional stability
Best balance of performance speed and post-processing
For applications that require strong, stiff, high temperature resistant composite parts
For speed and saving more than 30% post treatment
For tailoring parts to even better fit your application needs
For applications in automotive and aerospace
For superior strength and durability
For colorless, functional and accurate parts that simulate an acrylic appearance
For building rigid, tough parts, while eliminating the need for painting
The clear solution for designers looking for ABS- and PBT-like properties
Join RPS and DSM to find out how customers choosing the open resin Neo stereolithography 3D printer and DSM resins are making an impact within the industry. Verified to run Somos® resins, the Neo stereolithography 3D printer is perfectly matched to print parts with outstanding smooth side wall quality, crisp accuracy and detail.
Get in touch with our experts to discuss how DSM can help you tap into the full potential of additive manufacturing.