Form 2

The Most Advanced SLA Desktop 3D Printer

The Form 2 delivers professional industrial quality prints at a fraction of the cost of traditional manufacturing.

It utilizes SLA technology, short for stereolithography. This involves using a light source (a laser or projector) to cure and harden liquid resin into your desired 3D shape. Patented in the 1980s, the technology was the first 3D printing technology ever developed. However, SLA still remains one of the three most common 3D printing technologies today, along with FDM and SLS.

Stereolithography usually 3D prints from top to bottom. During the process, the build platform lifts the model upwards, out of the resin bath. SLA is a highly accurate 3D printing technology. As a result, SLA is often preferred for printing prototypes. It is also used to create moulds that can facilitate production of items with complex geometries such as jewellery.

The quality of prints produced by the Form 2 has the highest resolution of all desktop 3D printers. Parts 3D printed with Form 2’s SLA technology are extremely fine with a smooth surface finish. The Form 2 is compatible with many advanced resin materials. Therefore, it allows you to build and customize high quality 3D printed objects to your liking.

3D Printing Technology

3D Printing Technology

Stereolithography (SLA)



Standard Resins, Engineering Resins, Jewelry Resins, Dental Resins, Ceramic Resins

Features of 3D Printer

Key Features

Compatible Advanced Resin Materials, Intuitive Software, Touch Screen, WiFi Connectivity, Easy Finishing

Technical Specifications

Printing Technology: Stereolithography (SLA)

Maximum Printing Capabilities: 145 x 145 x 175mm

Compatible Filaments: Resin Materials

Operating Temperature: Auto heats to 35°C

Electronic and Software Specifications

A/C Input: 100 – 240V

Power Supply: 1.5 A 50/60Hz

Power Consumption: 65W

Memory & Communication: WiFi, Ethernet and USB

Supplied Slicing Software: PreForm

Input 3D Design File Format: STL/STP

Supported OS: Windows 7 and up, Mac OS X 10.7 and up,OpenGL 2.1, 2GB RAM