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SLA slicing

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  • Tree supports

    Tree supports

    Unlike FDM supports, which are usually lattice or grid-like, SLA supports are scaffolding tree-like structures with very thin tips. They’re easy to remove and they leave little to no traces ...

  • Hollowing


    All objects sliced for the SLA printers are completely solid by default. There is no infill pattern like in FFF/FDM 3D printing. Solid objects printed from the liquid resin can be heavy ...

  • Object orientation

    Object orientation

    Object orientation is crucial with (M)SLA printing. It greatly influences the resulting print quality and in the case of the SL1, which cures the whole layer at once, it directly ...

  • Connecting Original Prusa SL1/SL1S to PrusaSlicer

    Connecting Original Prusa SL1/SL1S to PrusaSlicer

    Thanks to the advanced operating system available on the Original Prusa SL1/SL1S SPEED printer, the user is able to transfer the sliced .sl1 or .sl1s files directly from the PrusaSlicer. ...

  • Geometrically precise objects

    Geometrically precise objects

    Mechanical parts, objects that should fit together, joints, pegs, and similar things need to be printed precisely. While SLA 3D printers are more suitable for printing organic shapes, geometric shapes ...

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