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Formlabs SLA 3D Printers

Precision and versatility meet in Formlabs SLA printers. With top-notch detail and a variety of materials, unleash your creativity effortlessly.
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Precision, Detail, and Versatility in 3D Printing

Formlabs’ SLA printer line offers a range of high-quality 3D printing solutions that cater to your every need, from small intricate parts to large functional prototypes. With the Form 3, you can create precise, detailed, and smooth parts with stunning surface finishes, thanks to the advanced Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) technology.

With the Formlabs Form 3D printing ecosystem, you can print with a wide range of materials, including tough engineering resins, flexible materials, and even castable resins for jewelry making. Plus, the Form 3’s automated resin system and user-friendly software make it easy to operate and maintain, giving you consistent results every time.

Whether you’re an engineer, artist, or hobbyist, Formlabs’ SLA printer line offers you the precision, detail, and versatility you need to bring your ideas to life in 3D.

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Technical Specifications

Build volume
14.5 × 14.5 × 18.5 cm (X,Y,Z) 5.7 × 5.7 × 7.3 in
33.5 × 20 × 30 cm (X,Y,Z) 13.2 × 7.9 × 11.8 in
33.5 × 20 × 30 cm (X,Y,Z) 13.2 × 7.9 × 11.8 in
Layer thicknesses
25 – 300 microns .001 – .012 in
25ᶜ – 300 microns .001 – .012 in
25ᶜ – 300 microns .001 – .012 in
Biocompatible Materials
Resin Cartridges
Printer Dimensions
40.5 × 37.5 × 53 cm (X,Y,Z) 15.9 × 14.8 × 20.9 in
77 × 52 × 74 cm (X,Y,Z) 30.3 × 20.5 × 29.1 in
77 × 52 × 74 cm (X,Y,Z) 30.3 × 20.5 × 29.1 in
Weight of the machine
17.5 kg/ 38.5 lbs
54.4 kg/ 120 lb
54.4 kg/ 120 lb
Power requirements
100–240 VAC 2.5 A 50/60 Hz 220 W
100–240 VAC 8.5A MAX 50/60HZ 650W
100–240 VAC 8.5A MAX 50/60HZ 650W

Formlabs SLA Printers Deliver Impeccable Detail

Elevate your 3D printing game with Formlabs SLA 3D printers. Our cutting-edge technology offers unparalleled precision and detail, allowing you to bring your designs to life with stunning accuracy. Whether you’re prototyping, creating intricate models, or producing small-scale parts, Formlabs SLA printers deliver exceptional quality and reliability.

Experience the power of precision printing and unlock new possibilities for your projects with Formlabs SLA technology.

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Services & Customer Benefits

Unmatched Training

Hawk Ridge provides comprehensive self-paced training programs tailored for the Formlabs line of 3D printers. With our user-friendly modules, you can delve into printer operations and best practices at a pace that suits you best.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of materials are compatible with Formlabs SLA 3D printers?

Formlabs SLA printers are compatible with a wide range of materials, including standard resins, engineering resins, and specialty resins tailored for specific applications. These materials offer varying properties such as strength, flexibility, and temperature resistance, catering to diverse project needs.

What level of detail can be achieved with Formlabs SLA 3D printers?

Formlabs SLA printers are renowned for their high resolution and exceptional detail capabilities. With precise laser curing technology, these printers can produce intricate features and fine textures, making them ideal for creating highly detailed prototypes, models, and functional parts.

How user-friendly is the software for Formlabs SLA printers?

Formlabs provides intuitive and user-friendly software solutions for preparing and managing prints on their SLA printers. With features such as auto-orienting, support generation, and print scheduling, the software streamlines the printing process and ensures optimal results with minimal effort.

What post-processing steps are required for prints from Formlabs SLA printers?
While Formlabs SLA printers produce high-quality prints straight out of the machine, some post-processing steps may be necessary to achieve the desired finish. Common post-processing techniques include rinsing prints in isopropyl alcohol to remove excess resin, post-curing to enhance material properties, and sanding or polishing for surface finishing.
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