3D Print — SLA — Formlabs 2/3 — Introduction [ENG]

This Workshop will be held if more than two participants sign up. 

Limit of participants: 4
Please wear FFP2 mask when attending the workshop.

Introductory lessons on the Formlabs 2 SLA 3D-printers at Motion Lab.Berlin
This course is a prerequisite for using the machines independently in MotionLab.Berlin!

Find out if this 3D-printing method is the suitable technology for your project with our 3D-Printing Guide at MotionLab.Berlin.

Price (per person):
For MotionLab-Member: 65€
For Non-Member: 80€

(3 Kundenrezensionen)

ab 65,00 

inkl. 19 % MwSt.


This 3D Print SLA workshop enables you to work with MotionLabs Formlabs 2 SLA 3D-printers confidently on your own.
Find out if this 3D-printing method is the suitable technology for your project with our 3D-Printing Guide at MotionLab.Berlin.

Requirements: Bring your own laptop and a normal mouse with a wheel.
Please, pre-install the software: Preform
Note: Knowledge in using a CAD Software is beneficial for this course.

At the end of this 3D Print SLA workshop, you will understand the full production process: From preparing your data to printing an object.

Within 1 to 2 hours* of this workshop, we will first look at geometries that are ideal for prototyping with an SLA 3D-printer. We will explain the pains and gains of printing with the SLA in comparison to printing with FDM technology.

*Course duration is 1,5 hour. Additional time is needed with a fully booked session.

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1-2 hours


Bouchéstraße 12, Halle 20
12435 Berlin

3D-Print Area


Marizon Bilano has worked as a product and UI/UX designer since 2011 and as a project manager since 2013. Her portfolio includes work for Design Research Lab Berlin, Art Basel/Studio Keimeyer, Native Instruments, Archimedes Exhibitions, and IBM Watson. Her interests lie in social design with a participatory design approach and gamification elements. Since 2017, she is a lecturer for art and design history at the multimedia university Macromedia FH in Berlin.

3 Bewertungen für 3D Print — SLA — Formlabs — Introduction [ENG]

  1. Moritz H. (Verifizierter Besitzer)

    Great Workshop! Good explanations and quite practical so you can already print your own small model in the Workshop.

  2. Benjamin Schulz

    I highly recommend this workshop if you are interested in 3D printing and/or additive manufacturing.

    SLA (stereolithography) is at the moment the most advanced technology for the semi-professional (if you don’t want to invest (tens to hundreds of thousands of Euros).
    Compared to FDM (fused deposition modeling), it has a higher resolution, up to a point where you can’t see or feel it anymore, and stronger parts. Also, more different materials are available.

    Duncan gave a great introduction to the technology behind understanding what is possible and what to look out for when designing your part to 3d print. We spent most of the time working with the printer and accompanying programs to learn hands-on how to use and troubleshoot the Fromlabs 2 and Formlabs 3 printers.
    Duncan has a background in 3d printing and aerospace engineering what is great because he can help even with the most advanced applications and is more than happy to help. Besides being a great chap, he was also helpful when I needed some help to figure something out and couldn’t on my own.

  3. Alireza F. (Verifizierter Besitzer)

    Great compact workshop on SLA 3D Printing. Thibault is awesome, he explained all the necessary information on how to use the Formlabs 3D SLA Printers available in MotionLab and was very helpful and friendly all along. In the end you can print a tiny figure to test your knowledge of the workhsop.

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