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SL

Abbreviation for vertebral column (spinal) length. See: spinal length.

sl

Symbol for slyke.

SL

abbreviation for soda lime.

SL

Abbreviation for sublingual.

SL

Abbreviation for spinal length; sublingual.
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Removing supports from between the teeth and creating the cracks and features on them would be difficult to build with Stereolithography and would require extensive hand sanding and finishing.
In order to appreciate how much the stereolithography process and WaterShed XC 11122 contributed to the success of this project, it's important to note that some prototyping iterations required a tolerance of 0.
a supplier of stereolithography machines, selective laser sintering systems, and three-dimensional printers.
Large format SL systems offer project managers and stereolithography technicians the advantage of running multiple parts in just one build cycle or processing large build styles without having to segment STL files.
which has a combination of flexibility and rigidity that makes it possible to create living hinges by stereolithography.
3D Systems Corporation (NASDAQ: TDSC), a leading provider of 3-D Modeling, Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing solutions, unveiled today a newly engineered material for Stereolithography systems, Accura([R]) 48HTR Plastic, that endures the most challenging operating thermal environments.
The composite technology of NanoForm contributes to exceptional dimensional stability, low shrink, and low coefficient of thermal linear expansion, says the company, noting that the material offers an alternative to traditional stereolithography and selective laser sintering methods.
has acquired a Swiss firm that develops and manufactures materials for use in Valencia-based 3D's stereolithography systems that produce three-dimensional models from computer screen images.
The first commercialized unit, the Stereolithography Apparatus (SLA-1) was sold in 1987.
All the company's stereolithography machines are capable of building parts from SLC files, which can convert CAD data into a form the machines can, use more easily than STL files.
A recent developed technology known as stereolithography has now provided Dickson with the tools he needs to realize his vision of sculpting mathematics.
Tough and Durable Material for Stereolithography Systems Provides Extreme Performance During Initial Market Testing