3D resin printer Model Form 1+ from FormLabs


3D printer of liquid photopolymer resin along with their cleaning kits and resin.

Build Volume 125×125×165 mm.

Plastic extrusion, or fused deposition modeling (FDM), is the most common desktop 3d printer technology; FDM printers melt plastic and use an extruder to print each layer with molten plastic. The vast majority of desktop plastic extrusion machines lack the finish and resolution for professional-grade output. SL can outperform the print quality of even high-end FDM machines. In our photopolymer-based process, a high precision system directs a laser across a tray of liquid resin and causes a thin layer to solidify. this chemical reaction allows for the creation of water-tight printed parts. Until now, a professional SL printer has been far out of reach for the individual designer.