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FormLabs is considered the leading company in 3D SLA printing technology thanks to its high quality 3D printers, such as Form 2, Form 3 or Form 3L. But FormLabs has also achieved a research and development base that resins are the market leaders, both for its quality as for its variety: Standard, Color Base, Dentistry, Engineering, Jewelry and Ceramics.
The Standard Resins are the most used to obtain fast prototypes of high quality, comparable to that of a final piece.
Within this type of resins there are 4 possible options:
This range of colors offers a matt, opaque and precise finish, a finish that every designer, architect or creator wishes to make their prototypes and in a simple and very economical.
The White Resin manages to highlight smooth surfaces and perfect lines, with a warm color with the typical elegant touch of the ivory color.
The Grey Resin has a completely matte finish that shows all the details perfectly without primer, something really useful as a base to be painted or subjected to any finishing process.
And finally, the Black Resin is specially developed for pieces of very small size or with intricate details.
Many designers and users of all types of 3D printing technologies want or need to make translucent pieces, something very difficult to achieve with 3D FDM printers. The 3D SLA Formlabs printers, combined with the Clear Standard Resin of FormLabs, offers the possibility of creating translucent functional pieces, such as molds that allow to see the correct filling of the material, pieces for optical applications or transparent decoration pieces. To achieve the transparent finish in the pieces, only the piece made with this type of resin should be polished.
Another advantage presented by the pieces made with the Standard Resins is that they don't need a post-printing cure. Even so, it's recommended that the parts be washed in the Form Wash and cured in the Form Cure, to obtain the maximum mechanical properties and avoid having a sticky feel.
|Impact strength (KJ/m2)||1.6|
|Elongation at break (%)||12|
|Tensile strength (MPa)||65|
|Tensile modulus (MPa)||2800|
|Flexural strength (MPa)||65|
|Flexural modulus (MPa)||2800|
|Softening temperature (ºC)||73|
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