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For smooth surface finish, accuracy and fine details.


Stereolithography (SLA), Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) and Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) Additive Manufacturing technologies are designed for 3D printed parts requiring fine details, smooth surface finish and accuracy. The versatility of the technology allows for the use of a wide range of resins with differing properties.


The technology is prime for design iteration, rapid prototyping, visual effects and moulds, to functional master tools, guides, aids and components for engineering, manufacturing and medical applications.

The LSPc technology offers ultrafast 3D printing speeds, transforming Additive Manufacturing into true rapid prototyping and small batch production.


Nexa3D offers unique capabilities to deliver true rapid prototyping and production-scale manufacturing at ultrafast speeds.

Continuous 3D printing at speeds of up to 1 Z centimetre per minute, with a large print volume of 19 litres.

Cost effective, reliable technology producing solid parts with smooth surface finish & fine details, in a range of materials including Flexible, High Temperature, Durable and Castable


Stereolithography 3D printing technology brings a number of benefits:

  • Low cost iteration: produce solid, water-tight parts with fine details, smooth surface finish and good levels of accuracy. Reduce the risk of incurring high costs at tooling stage for re-design as parts can be printed and tested at all stages of the production process. Our clients save up to 97% through SLA technologies versus CNC milling

  • Material versatility: a single machine can switch between different resins, offering a wide range of properties from prototyping resins, through to Engineering materials, reducing the reliance on external suppliers. 3D print concepts, products, models, moulds, components and end products at low cost, quickly.

  • Fast production: with the development of LSPc technology, 3D printing is now at ultrafast speeds, producing parts in a matter of seconds and minutes, instead of hours and days.

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