SLA 3D Printed Moveable Robot Prototype before Batch Production

SLA 3D Printed Moveable Robot Prototype before Batch Production

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing, Polish, Paint, Screen Printing, Glueing, Welding
Material Resin
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $1,000-5,000
Lead Time 14 workdays


About Project

Recently, every industry has a great patron to combine with robot technology. The nice thing about 3D printing is that it makes building robots easy. You can design whatever configuration of parts that you can dream up and have them in your hand virtually right away. 3D printing prototype is now a non-skippable step before batch production.


  • Step 1: As the enclosure of the robot composed of many parts, connecting by assembly structure and screws, we recommend using SLA ABS-like Resin, which has outstanding machinability and allows tapping and threading. The blueprints need to be examined thoroughly or else they cannot be assembled successfully.
  • Step 2: 3D print most of the parts with SLA ABS-like Resin, and print the helmet mask and windows using SLA Clear Resin. When finished, rinse with IPA and carefully removed the marks. Paint the enclosures into white, and dye the mask and windows using blue pigment.
  • Step 3: Assemble the enclosures together with LED lights, servos, microcontroller board, universal wheels, etc., using nuts and bolts and superglue. Set the robot and test its moving ability.