UNIONTECH 3D PRINTING SOLUTIONS

UnionTech™ 3D Printing Solutions - With nearly 20 years of proven leadership in globally sourced stereolithography 3D printing systems , the UnionTech™ brand brings a fresh dimension of SL equipment supply to international markets.

 

WHY UNIONTECH STEREOLITHOGRAPHY 3D PRINTERS?

One of the most widely used of all additive manufacturing technologies, stereolithography (SL) converts three dimensional CAD data to solid objects by curing thin cross-sections of specially formulated photopolymers with a finely focused laser. Excellent surface aesthetics are achieved with a degree of accuracy and precision that is among the best of all 3D printing technologies.

Uniontech RSPRO 1400

RSPRO 1400

With a build envelope of 55.1 x 27.6 x 19.7 in. this dual laser/dual scanning SL system combines exceptionally large part capability with high build speed.

UnionTECH Rspro800

RSPRO 800

With a build envelope of 31.5 x 31.5 x 21.7 in. the RSPro 800 will provide the space you need to complete the largest projects without sacrificing accuracy.

Union Tech Rspro600

RSPRO 600

Robust construction incorporating globally sourced components to provide users cost-effective ownership throughout the entire life cycle.

UnionTech Pilot Series

PILOT 250 & 450

A cost effective solution allowing for open materials and providing excellent sidewall quality and fine detail. The PILOT has two models for various build envelope capacities.

 

STEREOLITHOGRAPHY...IT’S NOT JUST FOR PROTOTYPING ANYMORE

The accuracy, precision, smooth surface and full density of SL produced parts , consistency of properties across all axis, and the ability to access one of the widest ranges of material properties of any AM process has made SL the most widely used AM process for concept models, form and fit and other prototype parts. These same characteristics have led to the expansive use of stereolithography for tooling and patterns: investment casting, RTV tooling (also known as urethane molding), thermoforming and injection molding. In fact, a substantially greater percentage of all photopolymer materials sold for SL are used for tooling and patterns than any other application.

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