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Once again Formi 3DP standard resin featured on Adafruit 3D Hangouts

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Once again Formi 3DP standard resin featured on Adafruit 3D Hangouts

Noe and Pedro Ruiz from Adafruit Industries 3D Hangouts have done it again with their latest time-lapse video. In this Timelapse Tuesday project, the Ruiz brothers use Formi Standard 3D printing resin to create a high-poly Bulbasaur. This 3D print was completed on an Ember 3D printer from Autodesk using Formi Standard Clear Resin. Watch the video for full setting details.

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Formi 3DP standard resin featured on Adafruit 3D Hangouts with Pedro & Noe Ruiz

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Formi 3DP standard resin featured on Adafruit 3D Hangouts with Pedro & Noe Ruiz

Every Tuesday Noe and Pedro Ruiz from Adafruit Industries 3D Hangouts work hard to bring you 3D print designs from the community and showcase 3D printing  cases, tips, settings and of course - time-lapse videos! Working with the Ruiz brothers on this project was great and we are thrilled that our Standard 3D printing resin was showcased in this weeks feature time lapse video.  This 3D printed incense pagoda was completed on an Ember 3D printer from Autodesk using Formi Standard Clear Resin. Watch the video for full setting details. We look forward to working with Pedro and Noe in...

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Media Report: New 3D printing technique to eliminate the need for multiple 3D printers

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Media Report: New 3D printing technique to eliminate the need for multiple 3D printers

In this report from 3ders.org  they mention how designers may take advantage of the i3DP technique to offer a practical approach in applications where surface properties are critical, such as biomaterials, biomedical, and microfluidics.

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FormiCast Castable Resin now available

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FormiCast Castable Resin now available

Investment casting or lost wax casting has been around for thousands of years. In the traditional method, a model is first made from wax, then a plaster mold is created around the wax model. This plaster-wax assembly is fired in a kiln to harden the plaster and burned out the wax to create a negative mold that allows parts to be cast. 3D printing is changing the game. This same technique is now being renewed by replacing the wax model with 3D printed parts. With the introduction of lower priced, high quality 3D printers and castable resins, this technique is...

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Media Report: Holding Water in a Sieve – A 3D Printed Superhydrophobic Sphere

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Media Report: Holding Water in a Sieve – A 3D Printed Superhydrophobic Sphere

3D Printer World's Todd Halterman brings attention to our ability to create complex structures such as lattice cubes and spheres that are also superhydrophobic. Read the whole article HERE  

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