In recent decades, 3D printing has emerged as a transformative technology, revolutionizing how we conceive, design, and manufacture objects. Also known as additive manufacturing, this groundbreaking method enables the generation of three-dimensional objects by systematically building them up layer by layer, utilizing digital models. With a diverse range of applications spanning industries from healthcare to
Stereolithography (SLA) is a pioneering and cutting-edge 3D printing technology that revolutionized the field of additive manufacturing. It was invented by Chuck Hull in the early 1980s and marked a significant milestone in the development of 3D printing techniques. SLA is a process that utilizes photopolymerization to create intricate and highly detailed three-dimensional objects.