SLA 3D Printed Frosted Clear Resin Storage Case Cover

SLA 3D Printed Frosted Clear Resin Storage Case Cover

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing, Polish
Material Plastic
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 1 workdays


About Project

If you are looking for a stylish and durable way to store your belongings, you might want to check out the SLA 3D Printed Frosted Clear Resin Storage Case Cover. This is a thin cap that measures about 30*20*2cm and fits snugly over a standard storage case. It has a frosted clear appearance that gives it a sleek and modern look.

The Frosted Clear Resin Storage Case Cover is not just a simple cover, but a complex and intricate design that showcases the power of 3D printing. It has many raised small rectangles on it, creating a textured surface that is pleasing to the touch. It also has many gussets, bosses, and many holes of different sizes, that add functionality and strength to the cover. All these structures are successfully and directly printed using SLA 3D printing technology, which uses a laser to cure liquid resin layer by layer.

That’s why you should consider using FacFox’s 3D printing services. FacFox is a leading online platform that offers fast, affordable, and high-quality 3D printing solutions for any project. You can upload your 3D model, choose from a wide range of materials and colors, and get an instant quote and delivery time. FacFox will print your parts using the best 3D printers and materials in the market, and ship them to you in no time.

Whether you need one piece or thousands of pieces, FacFox can handle it. You can also benefit from their professional design and engineering services, if you need help with creating or optimizing your 3D model. FacFox has a team of experts who can assist you with any 3D printing challenge.


  • Step 1: A 3D model of the cover was created using CAD software. The model was then exported as an STL file, which is a standard format for 3D printing.
  • Step 2: The STL file was uploaded to FacFox’s online platform, where the material, color, and quantity of the cover were selected. The platform also provided an instant quote and delivery time for the order.
  • Step 3: After the order was confirmed, the STL file was sent to FacFox’s 3D printing facility, where it was sliced into thin layers using software. The slicing software also generated support structures for the cover, which are needed to prevent deformation or collapse during printing.
  • Step 4: The sliced file was transferred to an SLA 3D printer, which is a machine that uses a laser to cure liquid resin layer by layer. The printer had a resin tank filled with SLA Frosted Clear Resin, which is a type of photopolymer that hardens when exposed to light.
  • Step 5: The printing process started by lowering a build platform into the resin tank, leaving a small gap between the platform and the bottom of the tank. A laser beam then traced the shape of the first layer of the cover on the surface of the resin, curing it and attaching it to the platform. The platform then moved up slightly, and the laser traced the next layer on top of the previous one. This process was repeated until the entire cover was printed.
  • Step 6: After the printing was completed, the platform was raised out of the resin tank, and the cover was removed from the platform. The cover was then washed with alcohol to remove any excess resin and support structures. The cover was then cured in a UV oven to enhance its strength and durability.
  • Step 7: The cover was inspected for quality and packed for shipping. The 3D-printed part was then delivered to the customer.