Mass Portal has a belt 3D printer!
Yizumi’s SpaceA industrial 3D printer combines several technologies into an interesting package.
3D printed outsole by BCN3D’s VLM process [Source: Fabbaloo]
There’s an interesting tale about the Blackbelt 3D printer, the first successful belt 3D printer.
3DQue announced a new service, AutoPrint3D, which provides the software necessary to drive continuous 3D printing.
A most interesting 3D printer experiment could show how desktop 3D printers may work in the future.
Belt 3D printers are becoming more popular, but they can be expensive. Can you build one instead?
PowerBelt3D is set to release a very low-cost belt 3D printer, the TinyBelt.
A new belt 3D printer design is available from an open source project.
I haven’t seen this before: a 3D printer that uses a moving belt — except when it doesn’t.
Wemake answered our questions regarding their prototype belt ejection system for desktop 3D printers.
I’ve come across another method for automating 3D printing: the Automatic Ejection System by Wemake.
The folks at RepRap Ltd have released a new script that generates very strong 3D printable beams.
The European Space Agency is developing a new 3D printer capable of producing objects of “infinite” length, and it might use a new design suitable for belt 3D printers.
Raise3D announced a new version of IdeaMaker, version 4.1.0, which includes a very interesting capability.
A major barrier to 3D printing adoption has long been automation, but what is the best way to achieve it?
A new video shows the potential of large-format home 3D printing.
Researchers at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) have developed a novel approach to 3D print extrusion that could transform many desktop 3D printers.
With the increasing number of belt printer initiatives appearing, I’m wondering how they will handle different materials.
Creality’s second Kickstarter campaign ended earlier today and there’s good news and bad news.
I’ve been doing some thinking about automation lately and realized there are several things that should be covered by 3D print automation solutions.
There’s a reason why Creality’s CR-30 belt 3D printer needs attention.
Creality launched what could be their largest crowdfunded product ever, the 3DPrintMill.
German startup iFactory has now launched their inexpensive belt 3D printer on Kickstarter.
I had a thought about how belt 3D printing might play out in the future.
The world is about to see a deluge of belt 3D printers but can they be economically used for low-volume manufacturing?
One of the first question I always hear from 3D printing newbies is “How Big Can I Print?” But that isn’t really a good question.
An incredible demonstration of the capabilities of belt 3D printers has been completed: a 6-meter-long part part has been produced.
One of our technical readers took a deep dive into the new Powerbelt3D Zero 3D printer kit.
At long last, PodoPrinter has released full details on their now-named device, the SOLE 3D production printer.
Having written a couple of stories focusing on belt 3D printers recently, I have some thoughts about their future.
Robot Factory announced the “Steel Roller Kit”, which converts a normal desktop 3D printer into a continuously operating device.
Supermaker Naomi Wu answered our questions about the upcoming Creality CR-30 belt 3D printer.
It seems that Creality is developing a belt-driven 3D printer, and that has several implications.
Evidence has arisen indicating the upcoming PodoPrinter project may make use of a belt-driven 3D printer.
Robot Factory just announced a new continuous belt 3D printer that can, with the right options, reach high temperatures, enabling 3D printing of engineering materials like PEEK and ULTEM.
Is the PowerBelt3D Zero for real? That’s the question asked by the 3D printing community. We obtained exclusive images of prints from the new belt-driven 3D printer.
Could PrintrBot return? It seems founder Brooke Drumm wants to restart the 3D printer company with a partnership with Polar3D and a new design for a belt-driven 3D printer.
Need to 3D print very long objects at low cost? The PowerBelt3D Zero Infinite 3D printer might be just for you.
What can be used instead of belts in a 3D printer motion system? Filament Innovations is experimenting with a ball screw to enable high-speed and high-temp use.
Robotfactory announced a higher-temperature version of their infinite 3D printer.
The White Knight 3D printer is one of a long line of 3D printers developed by need.
We learned more about the highly unusual BlackBelt 3D printer.