Formlabs Releases FOUR game changing innovations

by Christian on Sep 22, 2023

Formlabs Releases FOUR game changing innovations

These exciting new developments from Formlabs are aimed at providing 3D printing professionals with more choices, flexibility, and control over their 3D printing projects, whether they require flexible silicone parts, high-performance ceramics, or the ability to work with a wider range of materials and settings.

👀 We were fortunate enough to get our hands on the Silicone 40A and Alumina 4N resins‌ – our Technical Engineer Benjamin Keyser explains all in this video:

Unleash your 3D printer’s full potential with customisable print settings and material options. Expand your creative possibilities.

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Formlabs is offering a breakthrough in 3D printing with its Silicone 40A Resin. This material allows you to create soft, pliable, and durable parts using their patent-pending Pure Silicone Technology™. 

It’s the first affordable 100% silicone 3D printing solution, enabling you to produce flexible and resilient objects in-house in a matter of hours.

Formlabs has also introduced Alumina 4N Resin, which is a high-density and high-purity technical ceramic 3D printing material. 

This material offers exceptional performance in extreme conditions, such as high temperatures, abrasion, and chemical exposure. It is thermally resistant, hard, mechanically strong, and chemically inert, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

Simplify and streamline post-processing for SLS parts with this affordable all-in-one solution, saving time and resources.

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