Materials for High Resolution Rapid Prototyping

3D print strong, precise concept models and prototypes that bring your ideas to life with Formlabs’ library of general purpose materials.

Choose Standard Resins For:

High Detail

Smooth Surface Finish

No Post-Curing

 

Greyscale Resins for Prototypes and Models

With a matte surface finish, opaque appearance, and precise details, Black, White, and Grey Resins are ready to use right off the printer. Their neutral undertone also makes a great base for parts that will eventually be painted or undergo other finishing processes.

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Compatible with Form 3, Form 2.

 

Clear Resin for Transparent Applications

Stereolithography 3D printing technology makes clear prints possible on the desktop. Clear Resin is great for fluidics and moldmaking, optics, lighting, and any parts requiring translucency.

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Compatible with Form 3, Form 2.

 

Draft Resin for Truly Rapid Prototyping

Our fastest printing material, Draft Resin is suitable for printing large, bulky parts quickly. With a 300 micron layer height, it has acceptable accuracy for prototyping needs while enabling faster design iterations.

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Compatible with Form 3, Form 2.

Request a Sample 3D Print

See and feel Formlabs quality firsthand. We’ll ship a free 3D printed sample part in Black, White, Grey, or Clear to your office.

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Color Kit: A Full Spectrum of Possibilities

The first integrated color mixing solution for resin, not filament, Color Kit enables 3D printing in a range of colors without the manual work of finishing and painting. Field test product concepts more quickly with 3D prints that fit their environment.

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Compatible with Form 3, Form 2.

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Need more information or help choosing the right material for you? Interested in ordering resin in bulk? We’re here to help!

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3D models courtesy of:

Btech Innovation (skull and implant), Chris Halliday (brake caliper assembly), Coalesce (breath profiling device), Formlabs (Adrian Tanner, Amos Dudley, Brian Chan, Jake Kapusta, Zachary Frew), The Makers Lab at University of California San Francisco (pediatric rib cage), PolysculptureRighthand Robotics (robotic finger overmolds)

Data Sheets

Download safety and technical data sheets for all Formlabs materials.

  • Handling & Safety

    Handling & Safety

    Resin should be handled with care. Proper handling will ensure safe printing and efficient use. Our resins have been designed to be similar or safer to handle as other household chemicals or adhesives. Formlabs materials do not contain volatile solvents so special ventilation is not required. Skin contact should be avoided.

    The Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are up to date for every resin product and follow the latest government guidelines. Always consult the SDS as the primary source of information to understand safety and handling of Formlabs materials. For more information about handling resin, learn more tips for resin maintenance in our Help Center.

  • Technical Data

    Technical Data

    Plastics are complex materials, and finding the right one for your specific application requires balancing multiple attributes. Our library of resins is ideal for product development, rapid prototyping, and a variety of specialized applications. Download our Technical Data Sheets to explore the mechanical properties of each material.

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