According to Max Lobovsky, CEO and co-founder of Formlabs, “The printers also feature a new process the company calls Low Force Stereolithography (LFS), an advanced form of stereolithography that “delivers consistently flawless parts by adapting to your part’s geometry to deliver the perfect balance of detail and speed. We entered the industry seven years ago with the first powerful, affordable desktop SLA 3D printer, and since then have shipped more than 40,000 printers, and our customers have printed more than 40 million parts. Now users are leading the way in how to grow 3D printing from one machine to many, from a prototyping tool to a game changer. We’re excited to take another huge leap forward with LFS 3D printing.”
By Keith Shaw | .
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