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RFH 355nm diode pumped solid state (DPSS) laser for SLA curing 3D printing

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  • Added: February 23, 2023

  • Sale Price: ₱4000

  • Location: Bacolod

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RFH 355nm diode pumped solid state (DPSS) laser for SLA curing 3D printing
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Website: www.rfhtech.com
Whatsapp: +8618928466502
Email: export06@rfhlasertech.com

The source of the powerful heart of SLA photocuring 3D printer: the superior beam quality of RFH UV laser
For point-to-line, line-to-surface 3D printing molding process, RFH UV laser is indispensable!
SLA, that is, stereolithography, is a widely used and very important one of several 3D printing technology molding processes that are currently widely used. It has a wide range of applications in aviation, automotive, microelectronics, medical and other industries.

The principle of SLA light curing is to use a specific intensity of laser focus to irradiate the surface of the light curing material (liquid polymer), so that it can complete the printing work on one layer from point to line, line to surface, and then proceed after one layer is completed. The next layer is stacked layer by layer to form a three-dimensional solid product. There are three technical difficulties: light-curing materials, light-curing systems and operating software systems. To complete an SLA project, the three are indispensable, especially the light curing system, which must be stable and fine enough.

At present, the industry mainly uses ultraviolet lasers known as “cold processing” as SLA light curing systems. The 3W-5W 355nm diode pumped solid state (DPSS) laser developed and produced by RFH Laser is such a high-quality UV laser that can be used for SLA photocuring.

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