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Introducing Polyurethane Rigid Resins: Pushing the Limits of 3D Printing

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Formlabs’ new PU Rigid Resins greatly expand access to true polyurethane 3D printing. Leverage these materials to elevate prototyping and produce durable and long-lasting parts.

The release of PU Rigid 650 Resin and PU Rigid 1000 Resin eliminate previous limitations of traditional polyurethane manufacturing. Now, product designers and engineers alike can discover newfound design freedom, reduced production costs, and improved workflow efficiencies by 3D printing with true polyurethane materials.

Join Paree Allu, Materials Product Manager, and Jessie Bergau, New Applications Team Lead, to learn more about the latest of many advanced materials to be added to our Resin Library.

You will learn:

  • The incredible properties, including what makes these materials so long-lasting
  • Example applications which put these materials to the test
  • A walkthrough of the workflow with our SLA desktop 3D printers

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Webinar Speakers


Paree Allu

Materials Product Manager at Formlabs

Paree brings over 5 years of experience leading the development of scientific software technologies for additive manufacturing. In his current role, Paree is working on the next generation of SLA resins to unlock new applications for 3D printing. He also holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Ohio State University.


Jessie Bergau

Applications Team Lead - Business Development at Formlabs

Jessie Bergau is the Applications Team Lead for Business Development at Formlabs, focusing on prototyping and validating 3D printing applications intended for production. Jessica has worked closely with Formlabs’ largest and most innovative customers for 5 years, helping to launch unique 3D printed products.