Formlabs, the Massachusetts-based company and segment-leading manufacturer of desktop SLA 3D printers, has lifted the lid on two new additions to its lineup.
Dubbed the Form 3 and Form 3L, these new professional machines build upon Formlabs’ work with the Form 2, a desktop 3D printer that has cemented itself as one of the first names in print quality and usability since launching in 2015 (was it that long ago!?).
Where the Form 2 uses what you could consider a traditional stereolithography apparatus (SLA) setup of a laser directed by a galvanometer to cure resin, the Form 3 and Form 3L use what Formlabs is calling Low Force Stereolithography (LFS).
Marking a new direction for the company, the Form 3L is a near-industrial scale machine that touts a huge build volume in a desktop form. A step change in technology over its predecessor, the Form 2, while maintaining its […]
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