SLA

(redirected from 3D printing)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

SLA

Abbreviation for:
service level agreement, see there 
slide latex agglutination
somatomedin-like activity
surfactant-like activity
References in periodicals archive ?
These agreements draw on Arconic's cutting-edge 3D printing technology capabilities, including laser powder bed and electron beam processes.
Now Adidas is going a step further: the company has built two Speedfactories - a revolutionary production system that uses 3D printing to produce high-quality sporting shoes.
Though 3D printing is not yet fast enough for high-volume production manufacturing, it is a more cost-efficient way to produce parts only needed at low volumes.
Polar 3D LLC provides precision 3D printing solutions.
The synergy between the two companies resulted in an integration between Materialise software and the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution.
Adrian Lannin, Group Program Manager of Microsoft said, At Microsoft, we are developing the Windows 3D Printing Platform to improve the ease with which people can download designs or create something new and original.
The 3D printing process makes Spritam tablets more porous than typical pills, so that they melt in your mouth with only a sip of water.
Those who are spearheading 3D printing technology argue that the technology is not only important for rapid prototyping but it can also assist companies in overcoming traditional methods of manufacturing finished products, optimise product design and reduce manufacturing costs.
Legislation cannot stop the development of this undesirable aspect of 3D printing because it cannot stop the sharing of information and ideas online.
Today, it's so mainstream there are 3D printing machines designed for consumer use.
Conventional 3D printing can print in many different materials, including metals, ceramics or plastics.
Among 3D printing materials, plastics can be further sub segmented into Polylactic acid (PLA), Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA)and others.