Wait, a removable plate for resin 3D printers?
Formlabs announced a new 3D printer, the Form 3+, with an amazing feature.
3DQue announced the availability of their 3D printer automation system for several new 3D printer models.
3DQue announced the availability of a new and advanced adhesion solution for desktop 3D printers: PolyLock.
With the increasing number of belt printer initiatives appearing, I’m wondering how they will handle different materials.
Prusa Research announced they’ve upgraded their current lineup of desktop 3D printers — but only slightly.
Prusa Research has released an extremely interesting and highly useful materials table.
Lighting has always been a consistent issue with 3D printers, and it doesn’t seem to be improving.
Magigoo seems to have expanded a great deal since we last took a look at them, and a new partnership shows where they are headed.
Of all the 3D printing issues you can encounter, bed adhesion, or lack of, is one of the most frequently seen. We list seven ways this can happen and offer suggestions on how to avoid them.
What’s inside 3D Systems’ Figure 4 SLA 3D printer, and how does is print so fast? We found out their secret.
Have you ever broken a 3D printer build plate? We did! Our glass build plate had a sad case of over-adhesion on a PLA print that could not be removed.
Looking for a ridiculously fast 3D printer? The extremely high speed NewPro3D NP1 with advanced ILI membrane is now available for purchase.
Anisoprint announced an arrangement that should make their continuous carbon fiber 3D printer even better.
Wham Bam offers an unusual bed adhesion system that seems more capable than many alternatives.
This week’s selection is “Advances in Manufacturing and Processing of Materials and Structures” by Yoseph Bar-Cohen.
Stratasys’ venerable uPrint 3D printer produces fantastic output, but at a cost. Now there’s a way to reduce that cost.
A new bed adhesion system is about to be released from startup Wham Bam.
Sometimes it takes years for an industry to discover the best approach, and that’s what seems to have happened with 3D printing surfaces.
An interesting liquid solution for ensuring 3D prints “stick” is available.
There are two popular surface adhesion treatments for desktop 3D printers, but which is right for you?
GeckoTek launched a new polymer-sheet style 3D print adhesion solution they call the “EZ Stick”.
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.
An article in The Telegraph describes a horrifying scenario in which a 17-year old died in a fiery explosion on his 3D printer.
The eternal problem of extrusion-based desktop 3D printers is bed adhesion. Here are two commercial solutions specifically designed for that purpose.
One problem increasingly encountered by 3D printer operators is something one would have been solved a while ago: adhesion
BuildTak has become a very popular solution to hold down prints on otherwise uncooperative desktop 3D printers, but now they’ve come up with a new approach.
There’s yet another option to ensure your 3D prints stick to the print surface during printing: 3DLAC.
FLEKS3D launched an innovative 3D printer plate system last year, and now they’re back with more products and options.
A small startup, Mobium Solutions, has developed what we believe could be the most important 3D printer accessory ever created.