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Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) - Industrial Micro-Precision 3D Printers

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3D Printing Technologies: Comparing SLA vs. DLP vs. PµSL

The ability to get high resolution, accuracy and precision is dependent on multiple factors. These include (1) the resolution of the optics, (2) the precision of the mechanical systems in the machine, (3) the control of the exposure and the resultant curing, (4) the interaction between the part and required support structures and (5) the overall size of the part and the ability to control tolerances across the build.

In this white paper, we will compare three 3D printing technologies, laser-based SLA, Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Projection Micro Stereolithography (PμSL) based on the five factors listed above.

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