Something new appeared on Bambu Lab’s list of 3D printers: the P1S.
I had a chat with Luke Taylor of Polymaker about the latest developments from the company.
It’s summer in the northern hemisphere, and that means one thing: Heat, and lots of it.
colorFabb has introduced a new ASA material that is extremely lightweight.
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.
Does the MakerBot Method X 3D printer really work? We examined several large ABS 3D prints and were very surprised.
Have you ever used ASA 3D printer filament? A new offering from Prusa Research may provide a trigger for many 3D printer operators to begin using this powerful material.
We learned something very interesting about the LulzBot TAZ 6.
Polymaker announced a series of new materials, and offered some dramatic demonstrations of their capabilities.
Prusa Research has done something few, if any, 3D printer manufacturers have done: develop their own in-house produced filament.
Netherlands-based 3D4Makers seems to have broken through a major barrier to producing unusual 3D print filaments in engineering materials with a new production system.
Among the small explosion of new 3D print materials is a substance you may not have considered: ASA.