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3D Printing News: Sushi & Homes.. what’s next?!

In our latest episode of the ‘3D Printing Show’, Anthony Bayerl, Director of Marketing, and Lauren Adey, Additive Manufacturing Specialist bring you the latest news in the 3D printing industry. We have some really interesting news this week including 3D printed sushi, 3D printed homes in El Salvador and on Mars, and a new Draft…

Form 2 vs Form 3: Formlabs SLA 3D printer comparison

If you’re wondering how the Form 3 compares to the Form 2, we’re able to tell you the differences between the two Formlabs 3D printing machines. First, we’ll talk about the most common types of 3D printing since Formlabs is changing the game with a new type of 3D printing technology with the Form 3…

In our new ‘3D Printing Show’ episode Anthony Bayerl, Director of Marketing, and Lauren Adey, Additive Manufacturing Specialist bring you the latest news in the 3D printing industry. We talk about new product announcements, tips and tricks, product updates, discounts, and promotions. Watch our video to learn about the latest additive manufacturing news. HP Metal…

We’d like to share some news with you in our new youtube video we’ve nicknamed the ‘3D Printing Show’. Anthony Bayerl, Director of Marketing, and Lauren Adey, Additive Manufacturing Specialist bring you the latest news in the 3D printing industry. There are a lot of exciting things happening including new product announcements, tips and tricks,…

Formlabs Form 3 & Form 3L: Answers to your FAQs

Formlabs has released two new 3D printers in the additive manufacturing world: Form 3 and Form 3L. Typically there are a lot of questions with a new product release – we’ve got you covered. Here are the most frequently asked questions about the Form 3 and the Form 3L. Formlabs 3D Printer: Form 3 What…

Formlabs Releases New 3D Printers using LFS Technology

The next generation of Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing is here… and we’re here to tell you about it! Formlabs introduced two new printers, the Form 3 and the Form 3L, using a process called Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) to bring you advanced 3D prints. This new additive manufacturing technology gives you the ability to create…

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