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Prints 3D objects by extruding melted plastic, compatible with materials such as PLA, PLA+, PETG, ABS, Carbon Fiber filaments and many more
Stereolithography is used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photopolymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link together, forming polymers.
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
PLA + is used for low-cost, non-functional prototyping. Offers greater detail than ABS, but is more brittle. Unsuitable for high-temperature applications. ( Note: We use PLA + instead of PLA which is Ten times TOUGHER than any PLA on the market.)
This standard resin is formulated for models with very small features, intricate details, and that does not require mechanical or temperature strain.
This standard resin is formulated for models with very small features, intricate details, and that does not require mechanical or temperature strain.
This standard resin is formulated for models with very small features, intricate details, and that does not require mechanical or temperature strain.
This standard resin is formulated for models with very small features, intricate details, and that does not require mechanical or temperature strain.
Rigid Resin is reinforced with glass to offer very high stiffness and a polished finish. This material is highly resistant to deformation over time and is great for printing thin walls and features.
Tough Resin is the strongest and stiffest material in our functional family of Tough and Durable Resins. Choose Tough Resin for prototyping strong and sturdy parts that should not bend easily.
Durable Resin is the most pliable, impact resistant, and lubricious material in our functional family of Tough and Durable Resins. Choose Durable Resin for squeezable parts and low-friction assemblies.
High Temp Resin offers a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 238 °C @ 0.45 MPa, the highest among Formlabs resins. Use it to print detailed, precise prototypes with high temperature resistance.
Our softest Engineering Resin, this 50A Shore durometer material is suitable for prototyping parts normally produced with silicone. Choose Elastic Resin for parts that will bend, stretch, compress, and hold up to repeated cycles without tearing.
Tough Resin is the strongest and stiffest material in our functional family of Tough and Durable Resins. Choose Tough Resin for prototyping strong and sturdy parts that should not bend easily.
A 20% wax-filled material for reliable casting with zero ash content and clean burnout, Castable Wax Resin accurately captures intricate features and offers the smooth surfaces stereolithography 3D printing is known for. Printed parts are strong enough to handle with no post-cure required, suitable for custom try-ons and direct investment casting.
An 80A Shore durometer material for more rigid flexible parts with a matte-black soft-touch finish. Choose Flexible Resin to create ergonomic features as part of larger assemblies.
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The integrated color mixing solution for resin, the new technology enables 3D printing in a range of colors without the manual work of finishing and painting. Just pick this option, and message us the Pantone color you need your model to be print.
Good for toys; Electronic products; Stationery; Cosmetics containers.
ABS, aka Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is a multipurpose material commonly used in 3D printing. Final products made with ABS are very durable, withstand a wide range of temperatures, and tend to be more flexible and less 'brittle' than those in PLA.
Good for toys; Electronic products; Stationery; Cosmetics containers.
Good for toys; Electronic products; Stationery; Cosmetics containers.
Good for toys; Electronic products; Stationery; Cosmetics containers.

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