RAPLAS 700 uses SLA additive manufacturing technology. The term SLA stands for StereoLithography Apparatus. This is the oldest modern additive manufacturing method. It was this technology that gave STL files their name, for STereoLithography. The concept is based on the creation of a three-dimensional object by polymerization using a UV laser. A photosensitive resin is polymerized layer by layer according to the movements of the UV laser, which itself is directed by the previously established model (3D file). The tray is gradually lowered so that the resin can cover the previous layer. Once the part is fully cured, the tray is raised and the part recovered.
RAPLAS 700 for production speed, cost reduction and quality improvement
The Model 700 from British manufacturer RAPLAS impressed the Axis team on a number of counts. First and foremost, its manufacturing and printing quality meet customer expectations, guaranteeing industrial quality for their projects. Exemplary quality, especially with the high-precision white ABS resin.
The 700x700x500mm platen allows you to print large parts, with easy access thanks to the space provided. Time-saving and easy to clean parts after printing.
Finally, RAPLAS has chosen to offer an “open” resin system, which means that it is not limited by the manufacturer’s resins, and opens up the possibility of using compatible resins. All this is accompanied by Materialise Magics, the 3D file preparation/repair/conversion software.
The team is therefore ready to launch the RAPLAS 700, offering impeccable print quality at a highly competitive price.
If you’d like to find out more about our latest machine and what it can do for you, don’t hesitate to contact us via the contact form or directly via our firstname.lastname@example.org consultation e-mail address.