I had an interesting chat with Ulendo this week.
There’s a shift in manufacturing happening due to world events, but are we seeing a corresponding change in additive manufacturing?
Carbon has been very quiet in recent years, but now they have announced a new set of flexible materials.
A new report published by the European Patent Office (EPO) shows that innovation in additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, has boomed in the past decade.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explore how 3D printing has helped to propel Rheinmetall from a middle-sized defense contractor to a leading global defense contractor.
Peopoly just announced an unbelievable high speed 3D printer, the Magneto X, which is shockingly different.
An operation in Ukraine has created a community network for 3D printing military components.
The construction industry has long heralded 3D printing as its next big innovation.
This week’s selection is “CAD Projects with Tinkercad” by Johannes Wild.
There’s an interesting implication from the achievement of high speed printing on the Prusa Mini.
Slant 3D announced a way to integrate directly with Etsy.
Only Games announced a new full color 3D printing capability.
This week’s selection is the Fastest Drone in the World by Luke Maximo Bell.
Once again we take a look at the valuations of the major 3D printing companies over the past week.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the history of the Jacuzzi family and how 3D printing can be used for different aspects of hot tubs.
I’ve been thinking about Bambu Lab’s latest 3D printer announcement, and there are several important implications.
Meltio announced an interesting product that should make it easier to use their DED 3D printing technology.
I’m watching a fascinating video showing an unusual technique for smoothing FFF 3D prints.
Lease agreement on vertical test stand brings Relativty’s total footprint at the rocket propulsion test center to 300 acres.
Creality launched a new 3D scanner, the curiously named CR-Scan Ferret Pro.
A fascinating new research paper explores the complexities of 3D printing ceramic materials using the LPBF process.
Josef Prusa announced they’ve made their Mini 3D printer a whole lot faster.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the ongoing Hollywood union strikes, the impacts on small businesses serving production studios and how 3D printing can be a solution.
Bambu Lab announced an entirely new desktop 3D printer, the A1 mini, and an associated multi-material system.
Let’s take a look at the surprising large-scale 3D printer from Syndaver, Apogee.
The US has revealed it has provided Ukraine with some type of industrial 3D printers, but what does this mean?
The assistant professor of automotive engineering from Clemson University uses computer simulations and real-world tests to shape the future of metal manufacturing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explore how local and federal initiatives are driving air conditioning mandates while creating opportunities for the HVAC and 3D printing industry to innovate and adapt.
I’m increasingly disturbed by the pile of waste 3D prints I am generating, and I have an idea that might help recycle them.
Co Print announced “Series II”, a significant upgrade of their high speed multicolor 3D printing system.
Researchers have found a way to recycle certain types of thermosets.
This week’s selection is “The Mechanical Design Process” by David G. Ullman.
Markforged announced an unusual new service called “Digital Source”.
Artec 3D unveiled the latest version of their powerful 3D scan software, Artec Studio 18.
I had a look at a 3D printer company I hadn’t previously encountered, EasyMFG.
This week’s selection are the Filament Shelf Brackets by freelance 3D designer Nick Meyer.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss how US federal funding is fueling heat pump innovation, and how Trane, Texas A&M, and Purdue University are leading the way.
Polymaker announced a new series of high speed 3D print materials called “PolySonic”.
LEAP71 announced a deal with The Exploration Company, but what’s this all about?
There have been a number of important developments in the Stratasys acquisition saga this week. Let’s review what’s going on.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi remark on Sweden's recent admittance into NATO and how 3D printing can be leveraged for the defense budget.
Additive Manufacturing Coalition and America Makes campaign for policy updates that recognize the importance of additive manufacturing in aerospace and defense.
Our hands on review of the Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro 3D printer concludes with Software, Print Results and Final Thoughts.
Our review of the Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro continues with a look at Setup and Operations.
We’ve been quite excited to test Anycubic’s latest high speed 3D printer, the Kobra 2 Pro.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explore how private equity firms are acquiring physician medical practices and how integrating 3D printing technology can enhance patient care and operational efficiency.
3D printer filament spools priced at only US$10/kg?
An experimental five axis FFF 3D printer has been developed.
Mighty Buildings has received a mighty investment that should lead to significant expansion for the construction 3D printing company.