3devo has launched a new business approach, and it’s one that other 3D print companies should adopt.
I had a thought about the future of self-made 3D printer filaments.
3devo introduced two new advanced filament production machines, the TWO Fusion and TWO High Flow.
Making your own filament is easy. Isn’t it?
I had a look at 3DEVO’s product line and found they’ve been slowly making it even more powerful.
3DEVO announced an unusual accessory for their thermoplastic recycling system, the GP20 Hybrid Shredder/Granulator.
This week’s question relates to the idea of making your own 3D printer filament.
3DEVO announced a new purge material that seems to have a lot of advantages, but what’s this all about?
I’m now considering whether PLA should be the default 3D printing material for desktop equipment.
3DEVO is opening an office in the USA to market their desktop filament maker, and this is a significant milestone for the company and the 3D printing industry.
Is it really possible to produce your own 3D printer filaments? 3devo seems to have figured out not only the hardware to do so, but also the process.
So you’ve decided to make your own 3D printing filament. Great. …How?
3devo has introduced the Precision and Composer Series of filament makers.
Utrecht-based 3devo’s new filament extruder is now available on their crowdfunding page, but will it be practical?