Josef Prusa and Co just released the Original Prusa SL1, an Open Source SLA 3D Printer. It looks like there's enough features to make Resin 3D Printing an even bigger deal! Let's explore. Prusa Research steps into a new segment of 3D Printing with it's Prusa SL1. The resin 3D Printer segment. A new but [...] Read more
Choosing 3D Printing technology for your first 3D printer can be tricky. There are many exciting technologies that all have their own benefits and features. In this guide we'll help you understand what those are so you can make the best possible choice entering 3D Printing. When first starting to look for a 3D Printer [...] Read more

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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This “short” 2-part series will show you the steps to take a 3D-scanned file (from an Artec EVA for example) and transform it to a chocolate mold as a Christmas gift. The first video will show you how to export the STL, convert it into IGES, load into Fusion 360 and create a 2-part mold. […]

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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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