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How CLEANR Went From Prototyping to Manufacturing on a Fleet of 3D Printers in 10 Months

From one Form 2 to ten Form 3+’s, CLEANR has used the power of SLA fleets to create the first product that can tackle the microplastic pollution problem.

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CLEANR started their business just over a year ago. From an early filter prototype made with a standard piece of mesh to a product being evaluated by international governments for mandatory inclusion in new appliances, CLEANR has given rapid product development a whole new meaning.

Watertightness, transparent enclosures, constant validation testing, assembly capability, and above all, speed — these are the qualities that made CLEANR go from one Form 2 to ten Form 3+ printers in just a few months. Co-founders David and Chip will talk us through what they look for in new resins, how they manage ten printers, and how watertightness sealed the deal for them going with Formlabs.

You’ll learn:
  • How to choose the right 3D printing technology for your business and how to identify the right time to scale
  • How should you approach designing an aftermarket part vs. a component of a new machine?
  • Can you create truly watertight parts with 3D printing? How do you design for O-rings, and do you need sealant?
  • Tips and tricks to manage a fleet of SLA printers


Chip Miller

Co-Founder and COO at CLEANR

David Dillman

Co-Founder and CTO at CLEANR

Claire Bartell

Senior Sales Engineer at Formlabs


Co-founder and CEO at Formlabs

Webinar Chapters
Adam explains the “Low Force” in Low Force Stereolithography (LFS)
Deep dive into the light processing unit of the Form 3
Choosing a material with the Formlabs workflow
Faris shows how to use the Form 3
Adam shows how to remove light touch supports

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