Many businesses use both FDM and SLA machines alongside one another. This opens access to a wider range of applications supported by low-cost rapid prototyping, high quality, functional parts, and comprehensive material formulations. As an FDM user, we’re giving you up to $650 AUD off the Form 3 to expand your fleet.

Expand Your Fleet With $650 AUD Off The Price of a Formlabs Form 3

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Using FDM and SLA together

Advantages of Using FDM and SLA Together

Improved Surface Finish
SLA is a great option for highly detailed prototypes requiring tight tolerances and smooth surfaces, such as molds, patterns, and functional parts. SLA is widely used in a range of industries from engineering and product design to manufacturing, dentistry, jewelry, model making, and education and is known for its fine features, smooth surface finish, ultimate part precision, and accuracy.

Access to Applications and Increased Material Selection
FDM 3D printers work with a range of standard thermoplastics, such as ABS, PLA, and their various blends. Engineering materials, such as Nylon, PETG, PA, or TPU and high-performance thermoplastics like PEEK or PEI are also available, but often limited to selected professional FDM printers that support them.

SLA resins have the benefit of a wide range of formulation configurations: materials can be soft or hard, heavily filled with materials like glass and ceramic, or imbued with mechanical properties like high heat deflection temperature or impact resistance. Various resin formulations offer a wide range of optical, mechanical, and thermal properties to match those of standard, engineering, and industrial thermoplastics.

Faster Speed Increases Throughput
FDM machines can print with thicker layers and generally use a lower infill which results in fast 3D prints. FDM also has fewer post-processing steps for simple parts. Depending on the project, this means that prints are ready to use soon after they have finished. This is ideal for applications like rapid prototyping, where it allows users to quickly evaluate success and move on to another print or project.

LFS printing materials such as Draft Resin prints up to 40% faster than FDM 3D printers. With a 300-micron layer height, Draft Resin is accurate enough to meet prototyping needs while enabling faster design iterations. Models that take up the entire build volume of an LFS printer can take up to 20 hours to print in standard materials and may require printing overnight. Printing the same part at 300-micron layers with Draft Resin takes less than six hours.

Validate your FDM machine ownership and earn $650 AUD off the Form 3 3D printer in the process.


Verify Your FDM Printer

3 Easy Steps

Step 1
Verify Your FDM 3D Printer

Complete this form to verify your FDM printer

Step 2
Receive Your Discount
Your discount will be applied to your purchase

Step 3
Purchase by 20th December 2019

Start using you FDM and SLA printers together!

In a nutshell

  • As an FDM user, we’re giving you up to $650 AUD off the Form 3 to expand your fleet
  • Only available for FDM 3D printers with a retail value of $1,700
  • Only one discount is applicable per FDM 3D printer
  • Discount code can be used only once
  • Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers
  • Offer Ends 20 December 2019.

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