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.
Prusa Research is now shipping their MMU3 unit, and has provided more details on including interesting upgrades and firmware changes.
This week’s selection is the Bowden Tube Cap by Printables contributor WaltzingKea.
We have been testing the Mintion Beagle V2 Camera for 3D printing, and discovered it’s far more than just a camera.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how 3D printing can impact the consumer side of the automotive business.
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
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.
Have a clog in your FFF 3D printer? The NoClogger might be just what you need.
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.
This week’s selection is the Filament Cutter by Printables contributor fuchsr.
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.
Prusa Research announced the availability of a new, sophisticated enclosure for their popular MK3S+ 3D printer.
Admatec announced a new furnace that could enable their clients to take on additional production of 3D printed ceramics.
Wait, a removable plate for resin 3D printers?
Thought3D announced a very unusual in-line filament drying system they call “Drywise”.
MakerBot announced their new air filtration system has been awarded GREENGUARD certification by UL.
Mosaic Manufacturing announced they’re now shipping their latest hardware, the Palette 3 and Palette 3 Pro.
BOFA’s new AM 400 fume extraction device includes a new safety feature designed specifically for additive manufacturing operations.
I’ve come across another method for automating 3D printing: the Automatic Ejection System by Wemake.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi spice it up with a look at 3D printing for tacos.
Ford introduced a new feature on their upcoming 2022 Maverick truck that could be of significant interest to 3D printer operators.
MakerBot announced “Clean Air”, a smart filtration accessory for their METHOD X 3D printers.
A tool manufacturer has leveraged 3D printing to make their product more attractive to buyers.
BCN3D announced a new “Smart Cabinet” accessory to accompany their Epsilon workbench 3D printers.
This week’s selection is the Pen Shaped Mouse by Murat Çonay.
Wematter announced a new system that increases 3D printed part quality significantly.
I had a quick chat with Yukun Wu, inventor of an interesting accessory for 3D printers.
Sinterit announced a new powder handling station (PHS) to accompany their popular desktop SLS 3D printer, the Lisa PRO.
Essentium announced a new solution for filament storage, the Essentium DryBox.
There’s another multi-color 3D printer accessory launching: the Co Print.
Did you know we’ve published dozens of product reviews? Here’s a list of all 80+ of them, at least up to today.
Today, BCN3D announces its “new era” with next-generation 3D printers; we find out more specifics from the CEO.
We found out a lot more about Slice Engineering’s new plastic repellent paint.
Cleaning 3D printer resin is often a messy task, and one that’s made more difficult with dangerous cleaners. Are there alternatives?
I bumped into a 3D print accessory I’d never heard of, and think it’s a pretty good idea.
Miele, the high-end German manufacturer of consumer goods, now offers downloadable 3D models for printing, some of which may fit your appliances.
SLS 3D printing can be a messy endeavor.
Multi-functional 3D printers offer just that — multiple functions. As the technologies progress, so do the capabilities possible for desktop fabrication.
I’m looking at a new offering from Filaments. ca, the PolyDry storage system.
Quill Vogue offers a comprehensive line of 3D print post-processing solutions for FDM, SLS, SLM, PolyJet and ProJet additive manufacturing processes.
A smart build plate for metal 3D printing and additive manufacturing could significantly improve quality control and simplify operations.
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.
Need a safety enclosure for your 3D printer? Don’t even know why? Find out more with our look at the Kora SC-01 Safety Cabinet.
Is the Palette 2 color filament device for 3D printers too expensive? Perhaps, but it is now available at a much lower price.
Ever since they announced they would be making customized 3D printed chairs for gamers, IKEA has been slowly entering the gaming peripheral market.
We received responses from our provocative post last week, “Does ANYONE Care About 3D Printer Emissions?”
Zortrax announced the Apoller Smart Vapor Smoothing Device.
In this era of near-all-day-long screen time for many, issues like eye strain, headaches, and poor vision are becoming the norm.
A new bed adhesion system is about to be released from startup Wham Bam.
A new Kickstarter project offers a means of 3D printing in multiple colors.
Prusa Printers finally released their long-awaited second version of their multmaterial upgrade.
Mosaic Manufacturing announced their latest 3D printing product, the Palette 2.
The FormBox is an inexpensive table-top vacuum former, and they say it’s good for 3D printing.
3D printer filament is often very high quality these days, at least from some manufacturers.
BuildTak has established a successful business selling adhesive products for 3D printing, but that may change.
The bane of every desktop 3D printer operator is the discovery of a print failure.
The Retouch3D is an inexpensive finishing tool that’s specifically designed for 3D printing.
This is something I’ve been interested in for some time: an inexpensive fume extractor you can make yourself.
A 3D printing accessory maker survives and expands.
Your desktop 3D printer is likely far more well equipped than early machines, but are there things to make it even better?
MakeX is taking the portability aspect of their new Migo desktop 3D printer a lot more seriously than we thought.
We finally got a close look at 3DEVO’s desktop filament maker.
We’re looking at a very interesting air safety system for desktop 3D printing today.
This Gigantic Mouse Pad Covers Your Entire Desktop!
The Yeehaw Wand has disappeared, sort of.
We obtained some additional information about the very interesting and brand new 3D printer filament drying system from Mass Portal.
We’ve often written on the topic of 3D printing safety, and there are few other solutions that do as much as 3DPrintClean’s.
The Yeehaw Wand at first glance might seem like yet another “3D printing pen”, but it’s nothing of the sort.
An interesting liquid solution for ensuring 3D prints “stick” is available.
Safety is too often ignored by those operating desktop 3D printers, particularly air quality.
Apologies to our readers: yesterday we posted a story regarding a project that appears to be a duplicate!
A Kickstarter project hopes to solve one major issue with 3D printer spools: contamination.
Sinterit is not the biggest 3D printer manufacturer, by any means, but they seem to understand the issues of their target market.
With the increase in use of desktop 3D printers in professional offices comes another issue: air quality.
As you are well aware, those wonderful 3D models you create each day are traditionally crafted with a mouse, a keyboard, too many mouse clicks and an occasional flinging of the keyboard across the room.
Astroprint announced a new set-top box for desktop 3D printers: the AstroBox Touch.
Formlabs announced some highly desirable accessories for their very popular Form 2 desktop 3D printers.
3D Platform seems to have a number of announcements lately, and one of them is for a unique “filament warmer”.
One of the surprises encountered when using resin-powered 3D printers is that the resin tanks are a consumable.
GeckoTek launched a new polymer-sheet style 3D print adhesion solution they call the “EZ Stick”.
Today I’m looking at something called, “The Filament Roller” that just launched on Kickstarter.
A-Team Ventures has produced desktop 3D printers for some years, but now they have a Waggle, too.
Once the 3D printing is done, the post processing begins. That’s the “dirty” secret of the industry, but it’s one that vendors like Anmasi can solve.
With increasing interest in unusual 3D printing materials, a corresponding increase in adhesion solutions is occurring.
Airwolf 3D has announced a new adhesion solution for 3D printing polypropylene.
A Montreal-based company has launched a 3D printing accessory that detects out-of-filament conditions.
Multi-color – or indeed multi-material – 3D printing just got a little bit easier with a new deal between Type A Machines and Mosaic Manufacturing.
I’m looking at the Bunker, a 3D printing accessory designed to manage 3D printer filament, but it seems this device is far more than it appears.