Free Educational Webinar

Deep Dive on Flexible 80A and Elastic 50A with our Materials Product Manager

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To make soft and flexible parts with traditional methods, such as RTV moldmaking, can be a lengthy process. If you’ve also tried directly 3D printing flexible parts, you probably know there’s not many high performing materials available. That is now changing.

With the launch of our Flexible 80A and Elastic 50A Resins, you’ll be able to easily fabricate flexible parts that are both soft and hard. On July 8th, our materials product manager will teach you how we developed these materials, how they will perform under repeated use, and applications you can get started with today.

P.S. We’ll do a deep dive of the Ross Flex Test and explain how each material performs under 200k+ cycles.

What you will learn:

  • Learn when to use Flexible 80A vs Elastic 50A.
  • From prototyping to end-use parts, watch videos highlighting various applications where these materials excel.
  • Understand why Flexible 80A and Elastic 50A are the best 3D printing materials on the market for soft and flexible parts.
  • Learn about 3D printing materials properties such as shore durometer, spring back, and tensile strength in the context of our flexible and elastic materials.


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Webinar Speakers

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Kathy Bui

Materials Product Manager

Kathy holds a Bachelors of Science (BS) in Materials Sciences and Engineering from MIT and an MBA from ESADE. Currently she manages the materials product portfolio at Formlabs. Previously she was a product manager, product development engineer lead and materials scientist at various MIT startups.

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Faris Sheikh

3D Printing Specialist

Faris Sheikh, webinar specialist at Formlabs, has helped Formlabs run over 100+ live broadcasts from around the world to educate engineers, manufacturers, dentists, and jewelers on how to successfully incorporate 3D printing into their day-to-day workflows. Previously, Sheikh most notably ran an online technology show on hardware and software products totalling over 2 million global views.