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An Enormous Metal 3D Printer Heads To Protolabs

Minnesota-based Protolabs plans on firing up a GE Additive Concept Laser X Line 2000R metal 3D printer late this year, and there’s a good reason why they’re doing so.

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The Even Better Modix 3D Printers

Modix has upgraded their line of large-format 3D printers to what they call “version 3”. But that version actually includes a huge list of powerful improvements.

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What’s Up At MX3D?

We had a chat with Amsterdam-based MX3D, who provide metal 3D printing services for large-scale projects, including bicycles and bridges.

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BigRep’s New 3D Printing “Eco Focus”

BigRep has discovered something important for the future of 3D printing, and it could cause many more companies to take a big shift towards eco-friendly products.

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The Largest SLA 3D Printer In China

Shenzhen Kings 3D Printers apparently produces the largest SLA 3D printer available today in China, and now they’re taking it to the rest of the world.

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ExOne’s New X1 160PRO Metal 3D Printer

ExOne announced a huge new metal 3D printer, the X1 160PRO, which can provide large-scale metal additive manufacturing capability to industry.

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3D Printing As Shipping Container?

How can you 3D print in remote locations? One option is Millebot, which produces a line of 3D printers and manufacturing machines based on standard shipping containers.

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The AON-M2 High-Temperature 3D Printer

Looking for a high-temperature material 3D printer? The AON-M2 is able to 3D print high-temp materials such as PEEK, ULTEM, PEKK, PC and even LEXAN.

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3D Print Learning Series: Concepts

This is an entry in our 3D Print Learning Series, focusing on 3D print concepts.

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Hage’s Other 3D Printers

You may have seen our story last year on Hage’s amazing 5-axis 3D printer, but did you know they offer several other powerful 3D printers?

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The Northworks 600x 3D Printer

We have not yet seen the Northworks 600x 3D printer, but it seems to be an amazing machine.

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Sketchfab Scales Up

Sketchfab announced – and displayed a new method of displaying massive 3D models, which they call Massive. 

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The UBOT P440 3D Printer

UBOT 3D is now ready to release their new huge P440 3D printer to the world. 

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Exploring the Science of Big 3D Printing

While extrusion-based 3D printers have been around for decades, there is still the need for some exploration, especially when it comes to large-scale printing. 

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Aurora Labs Targets Very High

There’s something fascinating about underdogs in any race, something that attracts your attention.

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500 Machines for 3D Platform!

3D Platform announced they’ve shipped a total of 500 large format 3D printers – so far. 

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UnionTech’s SLA 3D Printer Impresses

With the expiration of certain patents, one might expect to see more competition in the 3D print world, and that’s certainly the case.   

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STACKER Returns with the S2 3D Printer

Two years ago a new company called STACKER introduced a powerful four-head professional 3D printer. Now, they’re back with a newly optimized model, the S2. 

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Uniz’s Sideways 3D Printer

Sometimes companies come up with a new angle on 3D printing. Now Uniz has literally developed a 90 degree angle on their new prototype. 

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BigRep’s Shrinking!

Usually we see 3D printer companies making ever-larger devices. But now the maker of a large unit produces a smaller unit. 

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The Huge Cheetah 3D Printer

There’s another large-format plastic extrusion 3D printer you may not have heard of: the Cheetah 2. 

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The Mysterious Fleximatter Project

I’m looking at a secretive Israeli company called Fleximatter that seems to be developing an unusual 3D printing technology. 

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Yet Another Gigantic 3D Printer?

Ingersoll Machine Tools announced plans to develop a massive 3D printer in association with the US Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 

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