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Request a free 3 D Print sample part

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According to The Formlabs,” Form 2 is the most advanced desktop 3D printer ever created, capable of large prints with incredible resolution”.

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Gillette’s 3D Printed razors

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According to Donato Diez Gillette and Razor Maker™ co-founder and global brand manager, “Our partnership with Formlabs, and the power of their 3D printers enable consumers to have a say on how their razors should look. We are excited to work with our Boston neighbors to pilot this breakthrough concept of customization”.

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https://gillette.com/en-us

https://formlabs.com/blog/gillette-uses-3d-printing-to-unlock-consumer-personalization/

Formlabs Announces a Desktop SLS 3D Printer

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Formlabs Announces a Desktop SLS 3D Printer


Nylon 3D Printer can help us making several useful things. This is so cool, SLS is Desktop 3D Printer.

This is expensive, but later on like we can have small, thin computers. We can have small and inexpensive 3D Printers too. 🙂

 

Formlabs have just announced the Fuse 1 — a selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer that creates parts out of nylon. Formlabs is best known for their Form series of resin-based SLA 3D printers, and this represents a very different direction. SLS printers, which use a laser to sinter together models out of a powder-based material, […]

via Formlabs Announces a Desktop SLS 3D Printer — Hackaday

Student Straigtens His Own Teeth by 3D Printing His Braces

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Student Straigtens His Own Teeth by 3D Printing His Braces


Amos Dudley, an intern at NJIT used 3D Printer to make his clear braces.  Usually getting work done to straighten your teeth can be quite expensive.  Amos managed to straighten his teeth in $60.

Due to his interesting story, Formlabs, a Massachusetts based company that manufactures 3D  printers offered him a job.  Formlabs was founded in 2011 by Maxim Lobovsky, Natan Linder, and David Cranor of MIT.

According to Lobovsky, founder of Formlabs, “Amos’s work pushes the limits of 3D printing applications.  That kind of inventiveness is exactly what our customers hope to achieve with our products.”

http://www.njit.edu/features/student/amos-job.php

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