Analysis of the influence of UV light exposure time on hardness and density properties of SLA models


Abstract

The article analysis the effect of exposure to ultraviolet light on the hardening process
of the model made in the SLA technology. Research samples were created with the SLA additive technique using a 10s exposure time. In this experiment, the change in item hardness and density over a 96-hour period was analysed. Light exposure time for details of an item made in SLA technology results in an increase in hardness. At the same time are observed, changes in density and stabilization of both parameters with increasing exposure time to UV light.


Keywords:

SLA, light-curing resin, hardness, density, UV

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2020-12-09

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Dzadz, Łukasz, & Pszczółkowski, B. (2020). Analysis of the influence of UV light exposure time on hardness and density properties of SLA models. Technical Sciences, 23(2), 175–184. https://doi.org/10.31648/ts.6119

Łukasz Dzadz 
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5338-5931
Bartosz Pszczółkowski 
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7985-9488



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