Stereolithography is a fast prototyping technology which applies the additive manufacturing or 3D printing method. To do this, a 3D digital file, obtained with the help of CAO (SolidWorks, Catia, Rhinocéros, …) software, is necessary. The prototype is created on a platform which has been dipped in a resin bath. A laser will photo-polymerise this resin, as part of the design of the first layer of the object. Once this layer has been designed, the platform will descend 0.10 to 0.15 mm and renew the operation up until the construction of the prototype is complete. As soon as the prototype has been manufactured, various possibilities are available to you: functional (inclusion of inserts, …), colour (layer of paint or primer + paint, ..), transparency – translucency (varnish), metallisation (using the Jet Metal method), …


Stereolithography lets you obtain good quality and accurate pieces
Our team is capable of creating various kinds of very beautiful and varied finishes for you (sanding + painting)
This technology enables the design of complex shapes
We have a large resin panel


This technology involves the presence of supports during the manufacture of your prototypes
The mechanical resistance is limited

Our strong points

The quality of our finishes (RAL Paint – Pantone – NCS – Varnish – assembly – insertion of inserts – …)

The diversity of the offered materials (ABS type; Polypro, PC Transparent)

Our machines enclosure, which lets us be very responsive

Metallisation Preparation and internal Metallisation using the Jet Metal method


Dimensional and geometric validations

Aesthetic pieces

Finalised model with high quality finishes

Model for development of the mold necessary for vacuum casting

Creation of large size pieces

Offered Material

Accura 25: White colour resin. An accurate and flexible plastic which is ideal for assemblies with instant adaptation, master models for vacuum molding and functional and durable prototypes, with the appearance of polypropylene (PP).

Clearvue: Translucent or transparent resin depending on the finish. It’s a very clear kind of plastic with excellent resistance to humidity, suitable for several kinds of applications in which transparency is essential, such as headlights, complex assemblies or fluid flows. This plastic has an appearance of a transparent polycarbonate (PC).

Evolve: White colour resin. This resin is adapted for applications where mechanical resistance is necessary. It is almost impossible to distinguish it from traditional finished thermoplastics, which makes it perfect for the manufacture of pieces and prototypes for functional test applications.

GP plus: White colour resin. This material mirrors production plastics like ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) and PBT (Butylene Polyterephtalate), which makes it an ideal choice for practically any kind of application.

Next: White colour resin. This plastic has the look, feel and performance of a thermoplastic, but with a hardness, durability and accuracy which are not traditional characteristics in stereolithography resins.

HPC (Nanotool): Broken white resin. It is adapted for tests requiring a high temperature. It allows for the production of composite pieces which are robust, rigid and resistant to elevated temperatures and which are ideal for tooling and wind tunnel testing.

Taurus: A stereolithography which is extremely durable and resistant to high temperatures. Its robustness, combined with its anthracite gray appearance, makes it ideal for functional prototypes and accurate pieces which have an excellent surface quality and isotropic mechanical properties.

Xtreme: Grey colour resin with properties identical to those of Accura 25 resin.

Our Machine Park

3 SLA 5000 : 500 x 500 x 589 mm
1 SLA 3500 : 350 x 350 x 380 mm
2 SLA IPRO 8000 : 670 x 775 x 550 mm
1 SLA IPRO 9000 : 1500 x 750 x 550 mm
1 RPS Néo 800 : 800 x 800 x 650 mm
1 Pro X 800: 650 x 750 x 550 mm

machine de stereolithographie pour l impression 3d
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