Evolve Additive Solutions made a couple of interesting announcements this week.
Something new appeared on Bambu Lab’s list of 3D printers: the P1S.
Several new AM materials were announced in past weeks.
Researchers have analyzed the long-term durability of the most commonly 3D printed materials, PLA and ABS.
Our hands on review of the Anycubic Kobra desktop 3D printer continues with a look at operations, print results and conclusions.
Our busy lab managed to give the Anycubic Kobra desktop 3D printer a thorough workout.
I spoke to MakerBot to get an update on what they’ve been doing lately.
MakerBot announced two interesting and complementary materials today that could make 3D printing ABS objects far easier.
Creality’s latest 3D printer is the fully enclosed CR-200B desktop 3D printer.
There are now many sources of “tough PLA”, but what is this mysterious material and why is it gaining popularity?
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: print results.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: setup and printing.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: features and unpacking.
Stratasys announced a new carbon fiber material for use in their F123 series 3D printers.
Researchers have identified a method of easily — and ecologically — disposing of PET thermoplastics.
I’m looking at a new and wildly successful Kickstarter for something called the “PolySmoother”, which they say is “an extremely convenient tool for polishing 3D prints”.
This week’s selection is “Smoothing 3D prints from ABS using acetone vapors” by Jagoda Ryba and Urszula Lelek-Borkowska.
I’m now considering whether PLA should be the default 3D printing material for desktop equipment.
I heard about a new 3D printer filament with an unlikely combination of materials: PLA and ABS.
BigRep announced the availability of two new materials for their large-format 3D printers, ABS and ASA, and this could open up many more new applications.
A 3D printing company best known for its metal additive manufacturing has turned to a plastic solution to help produce much-needed PPE solutions.
Essentium announced a pair of new materials for their high speed 3D printer, and there’s an interesting story behind the move.
RePLAy 3D contacted us to explain more details about the nature of their unusual 3D printer filament recycling service.
Should 3D print services use recycled 3D printer materials? It seems like the eco-friendly thing to do, but is it economically feasible?
Does the MakerBot Method X 3D printer really work? We examined several large ABS 3D prints and were very surprised.
Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers discuss use of bioplastics in 3D printing.
Yesterday, MakerBot introduced its new METHOD X manufacturing-focused 3D printer; we have more insights from company executives on its design and applications.
A few months after introducing its professionally-focused METHOD 3D printer, MakerBot is announcing an advanced update: the manufacturing-focused METHOD X.
Anisoprint announced an arrangement that should make their continuous carbon fiber 3D printer even better.
This is part 4 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
This is part 3 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
This is part 2 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
This is part 1 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.