Fused deposition modeling (FDM) and stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing techniques have been adapted and refined for the desktop, making them more affordable, easier to use, and more capable.
In this white paper, learn how the two compare in terms of print quality, materials, applications, workflow, speed, costs, and more to help you decide which technology is ideal for your business.
Read now to learn:
- The differences between FDM and SLA technologies
- Best practices for choosing the right technology for your application
- How to use FDM and SLA together