"...resin-curing SLA/DLP printers are industrial or commercial tools that are really not suitable for home desktop use."
So, my general question is what are the pros to using a DLP printer in an manufacturing environment?
My experience with 3D printing in manufacturing has shown me the necessity of understanding material strengths as well as how to utilize the 3D printing technology (FDM mostly) to produce a structurally strong part. Most of what I've made has been fixtures with small to moderate forces applied to them.
In short, are there any technological advantages to using a DLP printer in a manufacturing environment?