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resin 3D printer / ceramic / SLA / industrial
Form 3

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Characteristics

  • Materials to be printed:

    resin, ceramic

  • Technology:

    SLA

  • Applications:

    industrial, prototyping, dental, medical

  • Other characteristics:

    desktop, high-performance, high-speed

  • X travel:

    15 mm, 145 mm (6 in)

  • Y travel:

    15 mm, 145 mm (6 in)

  • Z travel:

    19 mm, 185 mm (1 in)

Description

Flawless Prints, Every Time

Scale prototyping and production as your business grows with the Form 3, an affordable, industrial-quality 3D printer that consistently delivers.

The Next Generation of Industrial 3D Printing

With advanced Low Force Stereolithography (LFS)™ technology, Formlabs has completely re-engineered resin-based 3D printing to drastically reduce the forces of the print process.

Units : Metric
25μm
XY Resolution

250mW
Laser Power

25 – 300μm
Layer Thickness

14.5 × 14.5 × 18.5cm

LFS™ 3D printing uses linear illumination and a flexible tank to turn liquid resin into solid parts.

Pinpoint Precision
The custom-designed Light Processing Unit (LPU) inside the printer uses a compact system of lenses and mirrors to deliver accurate, repeatable prints.

25μm : XY Resolution

250mW : Laser Power

Crisp, clean features:

The high-power-density laser is passed through a spatial filter to guarantee a clean laser spot.

Consistent printing:
A parabolic mirror ensures that the laser prints perpendicular to the build plane, ensuring uniform print quality across the entire build platform.

Improved part clarity:
With LFS technology's improved layer registration and surface finish, translucent materials print clearer than ever, right off the printer.

Nonstop Printing
The Form 3 constantly monitors print performance so you can focus on bringing your most creative ideas to life. Integrated sensors help maintain ideal print conditions and send you alerts about the state of your machine.

Closed-loop calibration:

Optical sensors continuously correct for scale and power, and can even detect dust.