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Formlabs, Inc.

3D Printing

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Formlabs is a leading provider of professional-grade 3D printing solutions, specializing in SLA and SLS technologies. Their advanced 3D printers, like the Form 4 and Fuse Series, cater to a variety of industries, offering high precision, reliability, and a wide range of materials. Formlabs supports rapid prototyping, manufacturing aids, and end-use part production, enabling innovation and efficiency in design and manufacturing processes.

Founded: 2011

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Formlabs Company Overview

Founded to revolutionize the accessibility and capabilities of 3D printing, Formlabs has positioned itself as a leader in providing high-quality SLA and SLS 3D printing solutions for professionals. The company's journey began with a successful Kickstarter campaign that launched its first product, setting the stage for rapid growth and innovation. With a focus on delivering industrial-quality print capabilities in compact, office-friendly formats, Formlabs has continued to expand its product lineup to include a diverse range of printers like the Form 3L and Form 4 series, as well as the Fuse 1 SLS printer. The founders of Formlabs, who met at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, were driven by a vision to create more accessible 3D printing technologies that could match the quality of industrial printers at a fraction of the cost. This vision materialized into a range of products that are highly regarded for their reliability, ease of use, and detailed print quality. Their products are particularly noted for reducing print failures and maintaining high standards of performance with a variety of materials including general-purpose resins, engineering resins, and biocompatible materials for medical and dental applications. Formlabs has not only excelled in hardware but also significantly contributed to the software that supports 3D printing technology. The company's proprietary software, PreForm, facilitates seamless print preparation and management, enhancing the overall user experience and efficiency. Furthermore, the Dashboard and Fleet Control software enable effective management and scaling of 3D printing operations, ideal for businesses that require high throughput and precision. Industries like automotive, aerospace, and consumer goods have benefitted from Formlabs' technologies, utilizing their printers for everything from rapid prototyping to the production of end-use parts. The educational sector also benefits from these technologies, providing students and researchers the tools needed for cutting-edge projects and innovations. As Formlabs continues to innovate and expand its offerings, it remains dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible in 3D printing, maintaining its commitment to quality, customer satisfaction, and continuous improvement. The company's global outreach and robust support system further ensure that it stays at the forefront of the 3D printing industry, driving new standards and possibilities in additive manufacturing.

Management Team

David Lakatos Chief Product Officer
Maxim Lobovsky Co-Founder, CEO
Natan Linder Co-Founder, Chairman
Blake Harris Head of Growth

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Custom 3D Printed Surgical Tools Pushed Forward via restor3d and Formlabs Partnership

For years, the surgical landscape has remained relatively unchanged, with many of the same tools and methods still in use. However, a shift is on the horizon.

Formlabs Bets Big on New Materials

The company adds Silicone 40A and Alumina 4N Resins to deliver 45 high-performance, proprietary materials. Formlabs has also introduced third-party materials and open materials printing.

Workforce Adjustments at Formlabs: Less than 2% of Employees Impacted

Formlabs recently made the difficult decision to let go of a number of its employees. But the context surrounding this decision is essential to understand the full picture.

Formlabs introduces two new healthcare-focused 3D printing resins

Dental LT Comfort Resin and Biomed Durable Resin have been engineered for use on the additive manufacturing company’s Form 3B, Form 3B+, and Form 3BL desktop stereolithography systems.

Formlabs inches toward mass manufacturing with high-volume 3D printing solutions

3D-printing stalwart Formlabs today showed off a series of new solutions that enables its customers to dramatically increase their 3D-printing output.

Formlabs announces a large-format medical and dental 3D printer – TechCrunch

Formlabs announces the Form 3BL, a medical and dental-focused take on the recently announced Form 3L, its $10,000 large-format stereolithography printer.

SLA 3D Printing: Formlabs Offers Six New Resins for the Form 3, Form 3B & Form 2 - | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

Formlabs is releasing a wide range of materials for the Form 3, Form 3B, and Form 2 SLA 3D printers, meant to meet the needs of professionals working in engineering (product design and manufacturing), healthcare, and dental applications.

Lab creates 3-D printed nasal swabs during emergency shortage

The University of South Florida (USF) Health, Formlabs, a leading 3-D printing company, and Northwell Health, New York's largest healthcare provider, have announced they have successfully produced and tested a 3-D printed nasal swab to address emergency shortages that hospitals and health care teams may face as testing for COVID-19 increases.

Formlabs Is 3D Printing More than 100,000 COVID-19 Test Swabs Daily

Over the span of one weekend, Formlabs, Northwell Health, and USF Health worked together to develop a nasal swab prototype and test it in the lab. The swabs have received FDA Class I exempt status.

Formlabs Hits CES 2020 with New Community Spaces Program - | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

Located in Startup Alley, Formlabs is presenting over 22 resins for stereolithography, its new 3D printers and numerous printed parts, including a vertebra from the Mayo Clinic’s Department of Radiology’s Anatomic Modeling Lab and the TripleCell shoe line from New Balance, made using Formlabs technology.

Formlabs is making a 3D printer just for dentists

Back at CES this year, we talked with 3D-printer maker Formlabs about its early experimentation in using its printers to make dentures faster and more affordably than existing alternatives. A few months later, the company is going deep on the concept.