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Formlabs Form 2 Review: Great Resin 3D Printer

Formlabs Form 2 is our summer 2019 pick for the "Best Resin 3D Printer". Check out our review to find out why it was the best SLA 3D printer at this time.

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What Resolution Can 3D Printers Print?

When we talk about 3D printer resolution, we have to take all 3 dimensions into consideration: resolution along the X and Y axis, and resolution along the Z axis.

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PreForm (Formlabs): All You Need to Know

PreForm by Formlabs is a versatile and powerful slicing software for Formlabs 3D printers. Read on to learn all about it!

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Formlabs Fuse 1: All Important Information

How Formlabs Fuse 1 Surface Armor tech actually works and why it’s pretty cool.

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Designed for Dentists
Formlabs Form 3B Dental 3D Printer: Review the Specs

Formlabs has released the Formlabs Form 3B 3D printer, a variant of the Form 3 specifically designed for dental applications. Let's review the specs.

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A Light Print
3D Printed Camera – Is It Possible to 3D Print a Camera?

The prospect of making a camera using a consumer 3D printer seems silly. After all, accurately capturing light is a delicate affair, right? Find out as we explore the possibility of a 3D printed camera.

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Liquid Metal!
Formlabs Shares Secret to Making Metal Miniatures With 3D Printing

Formlabs releases a tutorial on how to make metal miniatures from pewter casting molds using the Form 2 3D printer and High Temp Resin.

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3D Print The Perfect Lego Angle

GUTS Labs is a toy studio in Montreal who have launched a Kickstarter aimed at all the Lego fans out there.

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Q4 Come Around
3D Hubs Releases Digital Manufacturing Trend Report for Q4 2018

The latest "Digital Manufacturing Trends" report for Q4 2018 from 3D printing network 3D Hubs has been released. In this quarter, we see new printers rising, Austin take over New York as the second 3D print city, and the SLA/DLP market share increased.

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Perfect for Printing Jewelry
Formlabs Launches Castable Wax Resin for 3D Printing Jewelry

Formlabs, the 3D printing technology developer and manufacturer, has developed a castable wax 3D printing resin for increased part strength and smoother surface finishes when printing complex parts. 

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Best 3D Printing Companies of 2017 – The 40 Most Innovative

Check out the 40 most innovative 3D printing companies of 2017, from pioneering 3D printer manufacturers to the best filament producers.

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UnKnot Conference: Exploring Math Theory with 3D Printing

Over 100 knot theorists used a Form 2 and an Ultimaker 2 Extended+ to make 3D printed models at the UnKnot Conference at Denison University.

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Scented Resin brings New Dimension to 3D Printing

April Fool's Day prank by Formlabs inspires a clever hack to make 3D prints smell fantastically fruity. Try making scented resin yourself.

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3D Printed Watches
Thanks To 3D Printing, Vintage Pocket Watches Are Back

If you've always wished to have a unique antique timepiece that works, a small company in Fort Collins, Colorado, has a 3D printed watch for you.

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Bigger & Faster: Formlabs Announce Their “Form 2” 3D Printer

40 percent bigger, better laser system, new cartridges and better software: Formlabs Form 2 sounds extremely tempting. These are the facts.

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Gettin' Paid for SLA
Formlabs Secures Unicorn Status After $15 Million Investment Round

Massachusetts 3D printing startup Formlabs has raised $15 million in its latest funding round. The investment brings the company's total funding up to $100 million and places it valuation in excess of $1 billion, making it one of the few hardware startups to become a unicorn.

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Experimental Ceramic Resin for the Form 2 Now Available

A new experimental Ceramic Resin is a now available for the Form 2 from Formlabs, making ceramic 3D printing the most affordable and accessible it has ever been for engineers and designers.

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Taste the Rainbow
3D Print Custom Colors with New Color Kit from Formlabs

Formlabs adds a dash of color to SLA 3D printing with their new Color Kit; the first integrated color mixing solution for stereolithography.

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Best in Show!
TCT Show 2017 Recap: Inside Look at the Most Exciting 3D Printing Show of the Year

TCT Show 2017 might be over, but the innovation has just begun. Here's our recap of the best 3D printing moments from this year's conference.

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How to Color 3D Printed Prototypes and Models With Crayons

Formlabs mechanical engineer Christian Reed develops method to color his 3D printed parts by melting crayons. 

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