Stratasys breaks into industrial SLA 3D Printing with new V650 Flex Stereolithography

Published 01 April 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, stratasys, materials, makerbot, sla, stereolithography, dsm somos

The first commercialised SLA printer in Stratasys’ 30-year history, the V650 Flex marks a change in direction for the company with its open source materials

Leaning on the expertise of proprietary technology developed for its Direct Manufacturing arm, Stratasys has launched the V650 Flex – its first commercial stereolithography 3D printer in its 30-year history.

In a bid to ‘disrupt traditional stereolithography 3D Printing’, the V650 comes with a 20 x 20 x 23 inch build chamber, interchangeable resin vats for quick materials changeovers, and an opensource materials policy – another first in Stratasys’ history.

A partnership with DSM and its popular line of Somos stereolithography resins means that there are four ‘verified’ resins set for its launch in Q3 2019, although most SLA resins on the market are expected to work with the ‘Open Vat’ platform.

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