Founded in 2011, Massachusetts-based 3D printer manufacturer Formlabs are one of the leaders in the desktop-class stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer market. Since being founded, Formlabs has invested considerably in research and development to create and manufacture what is without doubt an industry leader for desktop 3D printing - the Formlabs Form 3.

Utilising stereolithography as opposed to the better-known fused filament fabrication 3D printing process, you can print high-resolution models that you wouldn’t necessarily be able to with an FFF 3D printer. The Form 3 and Form 3L both provide great versatility for applications including end prototypes, models, props, wearable items, product design and development, and master tools, gauges and inspection tools, in a range of materials with elastic & flexible, high temperature, durable and tough properties. Which mean industrial-quality parts can be produced quickly, and repeatedly to a consistent high-quality standard.

Our automated post processing solutions have been designed to streamline your 3D printing process to make post-processing simple, so you can consistently produce high-quality parts with less time and effort. The Form Wash and Form Cure include custom settings that maximise material performance, ensuring consistent dimensional accuracy, and meet biocompatibility requirements for each Formlabs material with just the push of a button. Ensuring the perfect finish, every time.

Formlabs PreForm software is everything you need to control your digital future. It is designed to help your team work more efficiently, printers can be accessed from the cloud and with the print management tool you can make sure you are getting the most out of your printers with bird’s-eye view of prints, printers, and teams with the option to receive SMS and email notifications when the print is finished to get the most out of your printer per day.

This reality has put the Formlabs Form series of 3D printers a must have in engineering, design, research, medical, dentistry, art and many other industries that require consistent, high resolution parts and models.