Formlabs Form 2 with Finishing Kit

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3D Printed Jewelry with the Form 2 - For over a decade, 3D printing has allowed large luxury brands and independent jewelers to efficiently manufacture collections while lowering the cost of customized jewelry. With the Form 2, industrial 3D printing can take place right on your workbench at an incredibly affordable price. Fit over 60 women’s rings on a single platform (5.7” x 5.7”) with a layer height of 50 microns. Processing time approximately 5 to 6 hours with post-processing taking from 20 minutes to 4 hours. This is all dependent on the intended use. The time will be shorter for prototypes or master models but longer for direct castings.   

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Choose your Package
  • Form 2 + Finishing Kit (262-0168)
  • Resin (Sold separately, must choose Resin)
    (See related products below)
  • Curing Chambers are also available (See related products below)
  • Pro Service Plan (see related products below)
Custom Jewelry Made Simple
  • Everything you need to start printing! Form 2 + Finish Kit includes the Form 2 3D printer, Resin Tank (1), Build Platform (1), Finish Kit, and PreForm Software. The Form 2 comes with a one-year warranty.
  • Must Choose Resin
  • Curing Chamber if needed
  • The automated resin cartridge system allows for larger prints, less mess, and longer tank life.
  • It is highly recommended that you purchase the Formlabs Pro Service Plan. See link above for all details.

Industrial 3D Printing on Your Workbench

  • Print your design using Castable Resin With Wax (262-0390), engineered for a smooth finish and clean burnout, perfect for direct investment casting.
  • For commissioned jewelry, use durable Standard Resins to create excitement and deliver peace of mind to your clients with prototypes they can touch and try on.
  • Export your .stl or .obj file into PreForm to get your design ready for printing.
  • Easily fit the Form 2 on your desktop with a 13.5"W× 13"D  × 20.5"H footprint.
  • Upload your file from your computer to the printer via WiFi or USB.
  • Track print progress remotely with the Dashboard on your phone or computer.
  • Quickly remove supports and finish your 3D prints with the Finish Kit.
  • Build Volume of 5.7" x 5.7" x 6.9".
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    Design Specs

    A good print starts with a well-designed model that is optimized for 3D printing. We've created this design guide to outline some of the minimum features you can expect from Formlabs printers.

    Please note: The guidelines below have been developed using Formlabs Clear resin printing at 100 microns. You may experience slight variations with other Formlabs resins and other layer heights.

    Minimum Supported Thickness

    Minimum Supported Wall Thickness

    Recommended: 0.4 mm

    A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.4 mm may warp during the peel process.

    Note: Washing Thin Walls

    Care should be taken when washing thin walls, as they may absorb IPA and swell during the cleaning process, leading to deformation of the part. Minimizing time immersed in IPA will limit this effect.

    Minimum Unsupported Thickness

    Minimum Unsupported Wall Thickness

    Recommended: 0.6 mm

    An unsupported wall is one that is connected to other walls on fewer than two sides. An unsupported wall that is smaller than 0.6 mm may warp or detach from the model during printing.

    Max unsupported overhang length

    Maximum Unsupported Overhang Length

    Recommended: 1.0 mm

    An overhang refers to a part of the model that sticks out horizontally parallel to the build platform. Printing such features without supports is discouraged, as the layers cannot maintain their structure. Horizontal overhangs will be slightly deformed beyond 1 mm and become increasingly deformed as the length of the overhang increases. You can turn on “internal supports” in PreForm to ensure your overhangs are supported.

    Minimum Unsupported Overhang Minimum Unsupported Overhang Angle

    Recommended: 19° from level

    (35 mm long × 10 mm wide × 3 mm thick)
    The overhang angle refers to the angle from horizontal that the overhang sticks out. Printing at an angle less than 19° could cause the overhang to break off the model during the peel process. Rotate your part so flat surfaces can be held up by supports if they are not already self-supporting. See the “Print Flat Surfaces at an Angle” section of our Model Orientation article.

    Max Horizontal Span

    Maximum Horizontal Support Span/Bridge

    Recommended: 21 mm

    (5 mm width × 3 mm thick)
    A span is the distance between two intermediate supports of a structure. While printing horizontal spans is discouraged, certain geometries print well. For a 5 mm wide and 3 mm thick beam, spans longer than 21 mm are likely to fail. Wider beams must be kept shorter to avoid breaking during the peeling process.

    Minimum Vertical Wire Diameter

    Minimum Vertical-Wire Diameter

    Recommended: 0.3 mm (7 mm tall) to 1.5 mm (30 mm tall)

    A wire is a feature whose length is greater than two times its width. The ratio is key to printing wires; at 0.3 mm thickness you can print up to 7 mm tall before you start to see waving. 1.5 mm wires can get up to 30 mm tall without defects.

    Note: Washing Small Wires

    Similar to washing thin walls, extra care should be taken when washing small wires, as they are weakened by IPA and can easily be damaged. Minimizing the time the part is immersed in IPA will limit this effect.

    Minimum Embossed Detail

    Minimum Embossed Detail

    Recommended: 0.1 mm

    Embossed details are shallow raised features on your model, such as text. Details smaller than 0.1 mm in thickness and in height may not be visible on your print.

    Minimum engraved detail

    Minimum Engraved Detail

    Recommended: 0.4 mm

    Engraved details are imprinted or recessed features on your model. Details recessed less than 0.4 mm in thickness and in height may not be visible because they will be fused with the rest of the model during the print process.

    Minimum Clearance

    Minimum Clearance

    Recommended: 0.5 mm

    Clearance is the amount of distance needed between two moving parts of a model (e.g., the distance between gears or joints). A clearance of less than 0.5 mm may cause parts to fuse.

    Minimum Hole Diameter

    Minimum Hole Diameter

    Recommended: 0.5 mm

    Holes with a diameter less than 0.5 mm in the x, y, and z axes may close off during printing.

    Min Hole Drain Diameter

    Minimum Drain Hole Diameter

    Recommended: 3.5 mm diameter

    Drain holes are recommended for resin to escape in models that are a fully enclosed cavity (like a hollow sphere or hollow cylinder printed directly on the build platform). Without drain holes of at least 3.5 mm in diameter, the part may trap resin and lead to an explosion of the print.