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Tough 1500 Resin: Specs, Applications, and Case Study

In this webinar, a Formlabs Materials Product Manager will walk through our family of Tough and Durable Resins at Formlabs and deep dive into our latest material, Tough 1500 Resin. Learn why we developed this stiff and pliable material, when you should use it, and how an automotive company uses it for aftermarket Tesla components today.
45 minutes
February 12th, 2020

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Whether your part needs to absorb impact, bear loads, or bend, it’s not easy to decide which 3D printing material is the perfect fit for your project. The typical process of trial and error with new materials can be cumbersome, take a lot of time, and be costly.

Inside this webinar:

  • Watch a live demonstration of four Tough 1500 parts stress tested with human force.
  • Explore a three-step framework on how to approach and select any new 3D printing material.
  • Learn about 3D printing materials properties such as modulus, spring back, and impact strength in the context of our tough and durable materials.
  • See a visual chart comparing the flexural modulus between Formlabs resins and conventional thermoplastics such as LDPE, PP, ABS, and PEEK.


Kathy Bui

Materials Product Manager, Formlabs

Faris Sheikh

3D Printing Specialist



Webinar Chapters
Getting started with the material
Comparing Tough and Durable resins
Introducing Tough 1500 Specs and Applications
Live view of Tough 1500 parts
Case Studies

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