I keep getting amazed of the resin printers details. Just look at this roman Porcelain-look-alike 3D-print made within the Formlabs Form1+ with white resin (v01) from Formlabs. In the background you see a typical Ultimaker print at 0.2mm layers. Considered a printer with smooth results, it has nothing on a SLA-printer like Formlabs. But again, that’s […]

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We’re doing a dive into the capabilities of SLA 3D-printing with Formlabs Form 1+. We’re taking a 3D-CAD model från grabcad (thank you James Robbins at GrabCad for the model) and 3D-printing it without any real fuzz. All we did was to convert it into mesh, “clean” in Netfabb studio and then send to PreForm. […]

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IF you are curios about the process of curing an SLA-print and how “messy it is, this video will you show you the full 10 steps! – – – Part 1 of 2 about Formlabs 3D-printer can be found here: – — Read more about the Formlabs 3D-printer: http://j.mp/Frm1p  

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In this second video of the Formlabs Form 1+ 3D-printer videos we’ll have a look at the actual process of going from CAD to finished result. Everything from STL-repairing, PreFrom-preparations, Printing, Post Processing, and finishing. Part 1 can be found here: https://www.antonmansson.com/2015/09/formlabs-form-1-sla-3d-printer-part-1/

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The Formlabs Form 1+ SLA 3D-printer has become a great sucess and is one of the most popular SLA 3D-printers in the sub 5000 usd category. In this video we’ll take a look at the packaging, content and machine itself. Stay tuned for part 2 with an in-depth printing guide. Read more about the Formlabs […]

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