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Form 3+ and Build Platform 2: Live Product Demo

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We are excited to introduce the next generation of Formlabs desktop SLA 3D printing: the Form 3+ and the Build Platform 2.

Our new Form 3+ combines both hardware and software improvements to deliver what’s most important to 3D printing users: fabricate parts and components in record time and drive forward critical R&D projects faster than ever.

You can expect fast print speeds 20-40% faster than the Form 3, upgraded surface finish because of our LFS technology advancements, and continuous improvements to the UX through various software updates.

The Build Platform 2 is a re-engineered build platform designed to cut down on post-processing time. With the Quick Release Technology, you can expect quick, clean, and tool-less part release.

In this webinar, Seiko Nishino will walk you through an overview of the improved SLA line, and give a hands-on demo of the new products.

What you will learn:

  • The catalogue of improvements you can expect from the new Form 3+
  • Demo of the Build Platform 2 and its patented Quick Release Technology
  • An overview of the full Formlabs SLA ecosystem

Fill out the form on the right to register to learn more. We’ll also opt you into other relevant marketing communications.

Webinar Speakers


Seiko Nishino

APAC Applications Engineer

Seiko Nishino, Applications Engineer at Formlabs, works to introduce 3D printers to workflows and explore new uses of 3D printers. Seiko has worked on CAE specializing in heat transfer simulations in her previous job and her background is in mechanical engineering where she conducted research on 3D printing of medical implants, and since then have been working with 3D printers.