SLA - Accura 25 (White)

additive printingStereolithography (SLA or SL) is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photochemical processes by which light causes chemical monomers and oligomers to cross-link together to form polymers. Those polymers then make up the body of a three-dimensional solid. Stereolithography can be used to create prototypes for products in development, medical models, and computer hardware, as well as in many other applications. While stereolithography is fast and can produce almost any design, it can be expensive.


  • Yellowish white in color
  • Look and feel of molded polypropylene
  • High flexibility with excellent shape retention
  • Outstanding feature resolution and accuracy
  • High production speed
  • Fully developed and tested build styles
  • Accepts painted and clear coat finishes for appearance models


  • Increased market opportunities for models
  • Reliable and robust functional prototypes
  • Suitable for master patterns
  • More parts and better system utilization
  • Easy to use with no user R&D


  • Functional components for assemblies and mock-ups for:
    • Automotive styling parts — trim, fascia, and other components
    • Consumer electronic components
    • Snap fit assemblies
    • Master patterns for RTV/silicone molding
    • Replace CNC machining of polypropylene and ABS to produce short-run plastic parts
    • Simulate injection molded parts
    • Concept and marketing models


    Accura 25

    Accurate and flexible plastic ideal for snap fit assemblies, master patterns for vacuum casting and durable functional prototypes with the aesthetics of molded polypropylene (PP). More information on Accura 25

    Options: Show with paint Water Clear Pattern Level Quick Clear No finish (with supports)

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