An Efficient and Affordable Means for Bridge Tooling
Use 3D printed injection molds with both benchtop and industrial machines to efficiently and affordably produce hundreds to thousands of functional prototypes, parts for pilot production, or end-use parts.
For Both Desktop and Industrial Molding Machines
Injection molds fabricated with Formlabs 3D printers have been tested with both desktop and industrial injection molding machines using a wide range of pressures, temperatures, and materials.
A Complete Desktop Ecosystem
With a Formlabs 3D printer and desktop molding machine, it’s easy to get started 3D print injection molds in-house. Quickly test, validate, and iterate prototypes, produce pre-production parts in your final production material, and even manufacture end-use parts in low volumes with limited equipment and training.
Integrate into Any Injection Molding Workflow
Formlabs complete, easy-to-use ecosystem can seamlessly be integrated into any injection molding workflow. Save time and money on low-volume injection molding projects by leveraging the benefits of 3D printed molds to quickly and affordably produce hundreds to thousands of parts in traditional thermoplastics.
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Tools to Get Started 3D Printing Injection Molds
Formlabs ecosystem of accesible 3D printers and high performance materials can be used to fabricate strong, smooth, highly detailed injection molds capable of producing hundreds to thousands of parts under demanding molding conditions.
Injection Molding Tools
High Performance SLA 3D Printer
The Form 3 produces molds with high-quality surface finish and fine features, ensuring that the injected parts come out true to design with minimal post processing.
Use the Form 3 at various points of the product development process for a faster ROI. From 3D printing prototype parts to producing molds for short run production of those same parts, the Formlabs ecosystem is easy to integrate into any product development process.
Additional Injection Molding Resources
Check out some additional resources to help you get started using Formlabs 3D printers to fabricate low-volume injection molds.