The Bambu Lab ecosystem is expanding with other suppliers.
Thies is a company providing equipment for dyeing 3D prints, but with a big difference.
3devo introduced two new advanced filament production machines, the TWO Fusion and TWO High Flow.
We had a chat with the nice folks from WASP about their latest robotic 3D printing hardware.
Matter and Form have launched a new and powerful metrology-grade 3D scanner called “Three”.
Announced at Formnext 2023, Fuse Blast automates additive part cleaning and polishing, promising finished 3D-printed products in 15 minutes.
Create It REAL has developed an incredibly simple method of continuous 3D printing.
AMT announced a very unusual smoothing system that fits on a desktop.
Artec 3D announced a new small-format 3D scanner, the Artec Micro II.
Formlabs announced a new element to their SLS 3D printing ecosystem: Fuse Blast.
Solukon announced an interesting powder collection unit.
Creality launched a new 3D scanner, the curiously named CR-Scan Ferret Pro.
Co Print announced “Series II”, a significant upgrade of their high speed multicolor 3D printing system.
A new PVB-based 3D print adhesive solution has been released by CGMaxed.
Our look at the Anycubic Wash & Cure Max concludes with a look at operations, print results and final thoughts.
We’ve been testing the unusual Wash & Cure Max post processing system from Anycubic.
Our look at the Seal and Seal Lite 3D scanners from 3DMakerPro concludes with Software, Scan Results and Final Thoughts.
Our review of 3DMakerPro’s Seal and Seal Lite 3D scanners continues with a look at operations, both desktop and mobile.
We had the opportunity to check out 3DMakerPro’s latest 3D scanners, the Seal and Seal Lite.
Want to transform your Prusa 3D printer into a mini-factory? Enter “JobOx”.
Microsoft announced they are finally, probably, almost certainly, discontinuing the venerable Kinect.
Prusa Research is now shipping their MMU3 unit, and has provided more details on including interesting upgrades and firmware changes.
Shining 3D introduced a new 3D scanner, the EinScan H2.
A new partnership has resulted in a significant optimization of powder-based 3D printing.
Phase3D has developed a sophisticated real-time quality control system for powder-based 3D printers they call “Fringe”.
We have been testing the Mintion Beagle V2 Camera for 3D printing, and discovered it’s far more than just a camera.
Artec 3D announced a new high-precision 3D scanner, the Artec Ray II.
If you think cleaning and smoothing 3D prints is easy, think again, and take a look at AM Solutions’ technology.
Polystruder adds to their suite of filament production equipment.
Slice Engineering has released a powerful new professional-grade hot end, the Mosquito Prime.
We had a chat with the folks from Co Print to find out the latest on their interesting 3D printer accessories. Co Print is an Istanbul-based company that’s been around for a few years. Their most notable product has been the Co Print Multi-Filament 3D printing module, a device that is able to switch filaments… Continue reading Co Print’s Chromapad: High Speed Multicolor 3D Printing
In the ever-evolving landscape of 3D scanning, 3DMakerPro has made another significant stride forward with the launch of their Lynx handheld 3D scanner.
A new furniture option is set to shake up the resin 3D printer world.
HP seems to be developing a robotic assist solution for their MJF 3D printing systems.
E3D finally released their high-flow Revo hot end the other week, and it should make life easier for certain types of 3D printers.
Prusa Research has released their first input shaping firmware.
3Dgence’s latest innovation is a way to intelligently dry material.
Free scanning with app is a prelude to a state-of-the-art 3D scanning camera.
Slice Engineering has introduced a new and powerful nozzle for FFF 3D printers.
AM-Flow showcased an intriguing bagging system for 3D printed parts.
Shining 3D has released a very intriguing new handheld 3D scanner, the FreeScan Combo.
Have a clog in your FFF 3D printer? The NoClogger might be just what you need.
EOS announced a new real-time feature for their metal 3D printers called “Smart Fusion”.
Calibration is a big issue with FFF and MSLA desktop 3D printers, but here’s a new tool that can help.
I recently had the opportunity to try out AESUB’s 3D scanning spray.
Our hands on test of the new Mole 3D scanner concludes with software, scan results and final thoughts.
Our look at the new Mole 3D scanner continues with operations and alignment.
We’ve been quietly testing the new Mole 3D scanner for a few weeks and have a full, hands-on review.
Filament drying is becoming an essential step in 3D printing, and here’s a way to do so economically.
3DMakerpro has just released a new 3D scanner, the Mole.
The Revo is catching on.
A fascinating new motion system has been developed that just might have an application or two in the 3D print world.
Phase3D’s “Project Fringe” delivers real-time 3D monitoring to 3D printers.
Solukon announced a new series of adapters that should greatly expand the use of the sophisticated post processing system.
Creaform HandySCAN BLACK Elite is 2x more accurate than company’s previous best.
Slice Engineering has introduced a very interesting new way to keep filament dry.
I had a look at 3DEVO’s product line and found they’ve been slowly making it even more powerful.
Thought 3D has been expanding the capabilities of their Drywise system.
Formlabs today announced an automated manufacturing system that leverages their 3D print technology.
A company has launched an accessory to post process resin 3D prints and recycle the solvent!
3D printing at scale just might get a lot simpler with AM-Flow’s automation solution.
I had a chat with the friendly folks at DyeMansion about their latest system.
I had the opportunity to check out Multec’s amazing six-filament extrusion solution.
Sculpman’s variable nozzle is among the most interesting technologies we saw at Formnext.
I’m looking at an interesting open source hardware project, the ReCreator 3D.
I had a look at Slice Engineering’s highly unusual Mosquito Conduct hot end, and was surprised to find it doesn’t need a fan.
Rivelin Robotics showed their amazing metal 3D print post processing station to us last week.
Xioneer announced a new dyeing system, The Vortex EZ.
Raise3D announced an upgrade kit for their Pro3 series that dramatically increases print speed.
A new Kickstarter project hopes to make Prusa MINI 3D printers a great deal better.
Formlabs announced a set of finishing tools that could be very useful for anyone 3D printing.
Artec 3D released a new system that is quite different from their traditional equipment.
Plasmics launched a hot end with an entirely new heating concept: induction.
Charles R. Goulding looks at a new technology for concrete quality control and whether it should be used in construction 3D printing.
Prusa Research announced a new beta version of their 3D printer firmware that takes a more sophisticated approach to thermal management.
Shining 3D announced a new and very affordable handheld 3D scanner, the Einstar.
Rivelen Robotics provides a very interesting metal post processing solution for production.
peel 3D announced a new handheld 3D scanner: the peel 3.
Lynxter announced a new direct drive toolhead, the FIL21.
UpNano announced a new feature that will increase the precision of their two photon 3D printing system.
Printerbox 3D announced a new 3D print accessory that’s quite interesting.
We took a look at the ENESKApostpro workstation.
Dyze Design has some interesting new hardware.
A most interesting 3D printer experiment could show how desktop 3D printers may work in the future.
E3D has been making progress with their updated product set.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafé look at NVIDIA’s contribution to 3D design and 3D printing.
I took a closer in-person look at Thought3D’s new Drywise filament drying solution.
A new method of continuous 3D printing has been developed.
Xioneer announced the “Vortex EZ”, a powerful post processing device for advanced FFF 3D printing.
SHINING 3D has developed a very unusual 3D scanner.
The folks at Proper Printing YouTube channel decided to combine FFF and SLA 3D printing processes, with interesting results.
An intriguing post online suggests the development of an end-to-end post processing resin 3D printing device is underway.
A new nozzle for FFF 3D printers has been announced by fibtip, and it seems to have all the right characteristics.
Ultimaker announced the “Ultimaker Metal Expansion Kit”, which enables metal 3D printing on their S5 model.
I saw the biggest removable print plate ever.