Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing uses a laser to cure solid isotropic parts from a liquid photopolymer resin.
The Form 2 delivers high-resolution parts at a fraction of the cost and footprint of industrial 3D printers. It has a build volume of 145x145x175 mm. The minimum feature that can be made is 140 um and the layer can go from 25 to 100 um of thickness making the 3D printed parts look professional and with a great finish.
There are 17 different resins that can be used on this machine, all with different properties and that dive different performance levels. Some engineering resins are Rigid, Durable, Tought, Flexible, High Temperature and Biocompatible.
To use this machine you should buy your own cartiges of resin in the oficial FormLabs website with a resin tank to store it later.