Stereolithography (SLA) 3D Printers

SLA 3D printers produce exact plastic parts without the restrictions of CNC or injection molding. In addition to prototypes and end-use parts, SLA printers create casting patterns, rapid tooling and fixtures. With speed, accuracy and surface quality of this level, you can produce low- to medium-run parts at a lower per-unit cost and build massive, highly-detailed pieces faster.


ProJet® Series uses sterolithography technology to create accurate and perfectly formed 3D printed parts and prototypes.

ProJet® 6000 HD:

  • 10 x 10 x 10 inch (250 x 250 x 250 mm) net build
  • 0.125 mm layers with the ProJet 6000 HD in XHD mode
  • 0.001 - 0.002 inch (0.025-0.05 mm) accuracy per inch of part dimension
  • 3D Manage print software provided

ProJet® 7000 HD:

  • Build size of up to 15 x 15 x 10 inches (380 x 380 x 250 mm)
  • Wide choice of materials
  • USP Class VI certified material available
  • Accuracy of up to 0.001 inches per inch of part dimension
  • Super fast stereolithography technology

ProX™ 800:

  • Highest precision and accuracy in 3D printing, typically exceeding injection molding results
  • Highest resolution and sharpest detail in a 3D printer by a factor of 5X
  • Widest range of functional print materials supports widest range of applications and product requirements
  • Lowest part costs including lowest total cost of operation for high-capacity 3D printing
  • Workhorse with proven high-duty performance and reliability for maximum production and efficience
  • Unchallenged technology leader for high demanding plastic prototyping in aerospace, automotive, defense, medical device and quick-turn service bureau manufacturing

ProX™ 950:

  • Build up to 1.5 m (5 ft.) wide in one piece, no gluing or assembly required
  • Fast production - Create a full-size dashboard in two days
  • Be exact - the ProX 950 delivers the highest end-to-end accuracy and detail, even on huge parts
  • Use the material that meets your requirements
  • Print efficiently - highly efficient material use means unused material stays in the system, resulting in minimal waste