SLA 3D Printed Backup Camera Mount Bracket Frosted Clear Resin Prototype

SLA 3D Printed Backup Camera Mount Bracket Frosted Clear Resin Prototype

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing
Material Resin
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $1-100
Lead Time 2 workdays


About Project

Are you looking for a reliable and cost-effective way to create a prototype of a backup camera mount? If so, you might be interested in this 3D printing case study from FacFox.

The client wanted to test the fit and function of a backup camera mount before mass production. They chose SLA 3D printing technology, which is an early and widely used 3D printing technology that was invented in the 1980s. It used an ultraviolet laser to precisely cure photopolymer cross-sections, transforming them from liquid to solid.

The material they selected was frosted clear resin, which is a transparent and rigid material. It had high dimensional accuracy and a medium smooth finishing. The print had a white frosted surface and some visible layer lines and marks.

The print had some complex features, such as holes, gussets, ribs and other mechanical structures. The SLA technology was able to capture these details with high precision and quality. The print also had a good strength and durability, making it suitable for functional testing.

The client was very satisfied with the result and the service from us. They were able to get their prototype in a short time and at a low cost. They were also able to verify their design and make any necessary adjustments before moving on to the next stage of development.

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  • Step 1: The 3D model was thoroughly examined to make sure the minimum details were large enough, and a quote was given based on the quantity, material, etc.
  • Step 2: The positioning of the model was arranged on the platform in the software. In the meantime, supporting structures were added to the model.
  • Step 3: The model got 3D printed with the material SLA Frosted Clear Resin.
  • Step 4: When printing was finished, the part were rinsed with IPA and post-cured with UV. Then the supporting structures were removed with the help of pliers and scissors.