Hi, I'm currently using a FDM printer - Tevo Tarantula, it is open enclosure, in a regular room with a window open with a small breeze. I work especially with ABS, PETG and TPU.   I recently thought about switching to a SLA/DLP printer like Anycubic Photon or Wanhao D7, those are relatively cheap and seem to work well, BUT, WHAT ABOUT THE RESINS?  
I'm experienced with FDM, but have no SLA or DLP experience. I'm considering buying a quality SLA machine, like a Form 2 - but I need the machine to pay for itself eventually. From existing SLA/DLP users, can you let me know roughly how often you get orders through 3DHubs / elsewhere and how profitable they are? How long did it take for your machine(s) to pay for themselves?
I’m curious about what high speed resin (DLP/SLA/etc.) printers are currently on the market that have the ability to create fairly accurate models.  I would like to have several machines like this to help support our Objet/Projet machines prototyping needs, which are extremely accurate and have large build areas, but are slow and costly to use.  My intentions would be to have several of these set
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Depending on the source, DLP is either claimed to be parallel to SLA (and SLA means laser curing only), or, DLP is claimed to be one of SLA methods, i.e. a subclass of SLA. How is it?A: Does stereolithography (=SLA) include both laser curing and projector curing (i.e. "Digital Light Processing" = DLP) or B: does stereolithography (=SLA) mean only laser curing?