What is the difference between an FFF and an SLA printer?
An FFF printer uses filaments made of plastic that are melted and extruded through a nozzle in a layer by layer fasion, to create the printed object. An SLA printer uses a laser to cure a photosensitive resin, layer by layer, to create the desired object.
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When we bought our first off the shelf 3D Printer in 2019, like many others, it wasn’t without its shortfalls. While being a great machine to begin our 3D printing journey on, it required immediate fixes and several replacement parts to be its best.
Then we discovered the Voron!… A do-it-yourself, source-it-yourself, spaceship of a printer designed by the team at Voron Design for the hobbyist and enthusiast.
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