11/21/2019

Formlabs Low Force Stereolithography Printers Delivers Accurate Parts

Formnext 2019: Formlabs’ Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) 3D printers Form 3 and Form 3L use a flexible tank to drastically reduce the forces of the peel process, providing incredible surface finish and detail and linear illumination to deliver accurate, repeatable parts.

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Formlabs’ Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) 3D printers Form 3 and Form 3L use a flexible tank to drastically reduce the forces of the peel process, providing incredible surface finish and detail and linear illumination to deliver accurate, repeatable parts. LFS 3D printing is an advanced form of stereolithography (SLA) that delivers consistently flawless parts, according to the company.

Benefits of the LFS process include:

  • Detail and surface finish: a flexible tank reduces forces on parts while printing.
  • Pinpoint precision: the Light Processing Unit (LPU) maintains a uniform, high density laser spot to ensure accurate, repeatable prints.
  • Easy clean-up and smoother parts with tear-away light-touch supports.
  • Nonstop printing: Integrated sensors help maintain ideal print conditions and send alerts about the state of the machine.
  • Constant uptime with upgradeable, modular components and foolproof design.
  • Remote Print: 3D print from anywhere via the online Dashboard.

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