Materialise has published their thoughts on 3D printing trends in 2024, and they’re quite revealing.
One of the key applications for 3D scanning is automotive repair and enhancement.
BMF announced a very unusual new application for their micro 3D printer: dental veneers.
Using a FFF 3D printer embedded with fluidic control circuits, and UltraFuse TPU.
HP expands their unusual packaging solution with a new client.
Inkbit, it seems, has firmly etched its name in its very own 3D print application niche.
Conformal cooling is not only a better way to cool injection molds for plastics, but it might allow hypersonic air travel.
This week’s question begins with silicone 3D printing, but then moves to other options.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider the possibility of using 3D printing to create sampuru.
This is a bit of a surprise to me: Xact Metal has developed a dental solution for metal applications.
A new development program has been launched for 3D printing applications involving NFCs.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at an example of how 3D printing technology changed telemedicine during the pandemic.
Researchers have identified another area of application for 3D printing: catalysts.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi envision a new application for 3D printing.
FABULOUS announced a new 3D print material, “ACTIVE”.
A chef has realized another way to apply 3D print technology: plating.
I’ve learned that Creality is apparently about to open a new subsidiary to market an interesting variation of their 3D printers.
Thor3D announced a partnership with ProtoTech to allow for Calibry 3D scans to be used with 3DMeasureUp.
I’ve learned of an amazing form of 3D printing usage that I suspect many construction companies don’t yet know.
I’ve noticed that Formlabs continues to grow their reseller program to market their 3D printing products.
Eric Haddad is the founder and Pilot in Command of 3DAeroventures, a Texas-based outfit specializing in 3D printed RC aircraft.