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Hands-on Demo: The New Form 3+ and Build Platform 2

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Introducing the next generation of Formlabs desktop SLA 3D printing: the Form 3+ and the Build Platform 2.

The Form 3+ continues to refine and improve print performance with many changes under the hood. You can expect fast print speeds (20-40% faster than the Form 3), incredible surface finish because of improvements to our LFS technology, and continuous improvement 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. It is also carefully engineered to lead to fewer instances of part damage during part release.

In this webinar, Matt Lewis and Ricky Hopper walk you through an overview of the improved SLA line, and give a hands on demo of the new products.

What you will learn:

  • An overview of the full Formlabs SLA ecosystem
  • Walkthrough of improvements that come with the Form 3+
  • Overview and demo of the Build Platform 2 (Live demo starts at 24:43)

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Webinar Speakers


Matt Lewis

Product Marketing Manager, Formlabs

Matt works in product marketing at Formlabs, with a focus on our SLA product line. Matt has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland and previously worked as a product manager in the consumer packaged goods industry.


Ricky Hopper

Product Manager, Formlabs

Ricky works in product management at Formlabs, ranging across hardware and software products. He has worked in various roles making hardware and software work better together, ranging from software development to user experience design before focusing on product management. Ricky has a degree in Computer Science from NC State University.