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Guide to Advanced 3D Printing Materials - Engineering SLA Resins

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Thanks to the rapid development of additive manufacturing technologies over the last decade, 3D Printing is able to position itself alongside more traditional manufacturing methods as a validated, and sometimes the most logical, production method. A large part of this can be attributed to advancements in materials and the depth of materials properties they can offer.

Formlabs' team of industry-leading material manufacturers have developed a range of over 15 innovative SLA photopolymer resin specifically for Engineers. Addressing a wide range of optical, mechanical, and thermal properties to match those of standard, engineering, and industrial thermoplastics.

What you will learn:

In this on-demand webinar, learn how to manufacture strong, long-lasting end-use parts on demand with 3D printing. Formlabs expert will guide you through the workflow, share recommendations and delve into real-life examples from innovative companies.

You’ll learn:
  • Which of our materials have properties similar to popular thermoplastics you may be more familiar with. E.g. PP / PEEK / ABS.
  • Results of longevity and stress-testing of 3D printed end-use parts.
  • Guide to determining the most effective engineering resins for your applications.

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Webinar Speakers


Marcus Liang

APAC Applications Engineer Lead

Marcus has been at the forefront of the APAC 3D Printing industry since 2014 in a pre-sales & applications role. As a tech enthusiast, he has gained in-depth experience and know-how with various polymer additive manufacturing technologies over the years. He is also a firm believer in enabling innovative applications with high-quality, reliable, and accessible AM technologies so that anyone can make anything. Marcus holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore.