Researchers at TU Berlin used 3D printing in unique ways to rapidly develop a new wind turbine blade design.
Lots of news from BigRep recently.
I learned about BigRep’s fleet management solution.
BigRep described very intriguing new application for 3D printing: Helicopter Blade Restraints.
This week’s question is all about large-format 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Valentina Alzate look at several companies using 3D printing to help solve the growing water crisis.
I saw the biggest removable print plate ever.
You can now use BigRep FLOW to quickly create tooling for factories with no CAD experience.
BigRep published an interesting piece explaining how they break down the features in “smart 3D printing”.
BigRep announced new versions of their flagship 3D printers, the BigRep ONE and BigRep Pro.
BigRep announced an important collaboration with Teton Simulation.
BigRep announced a step into an entirely new field for the company: construction 3D printing.
It’s been brought to our attention there is a patent on a very unusual 3D printer extruder design.
News this week sees two companies offering different ways to acquire their 3D printer products.
As the global supply chain is focusing on transitioning for better agility, large-format 3D printing from BigRep offers a few interesting ways to integrate advanced manufacturing throughout operations.
There’s an interesting mainstream media video exploring the current state of 3D printing that poses some interesting opportunities.
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.
There’s a new trend washing over the 3D print industry these days: sustainability. We discuss several aspects and offer a prediction.
BigRep hit a huge milestone with the shipment of their 500th 3D printer. We look back on how they got there.
What happens to large-format 3D printer manufacturers when any enthusiast can quickly build a similarly large device? We have some ideas.
BigRep has discovered something important for the future of 3D printing, and it could cause many more companies to take a big shift towards eco-friendly products.
BigRep suddenly announced the passing of their founder, René Gurka.
We caught up recently with BigRep for more on their next steps in development.
Sometimes getting hands-on with a company means riding a bike around an exhibit floor.
A new industry-facing consortium is focused on a collaborative approach to invent the future of additive manufacturing.
Last week BigRep announced a series of new machines, but what caught my interest most was their MXT extruder.
BigRep has announced two new MXT-powered industrial 3D printers: the PRO and EDGE.
We caught up with BigRep recently on a busy 2018.
Berlin-based BigRep announced a relationship with Bosch Rexroth to allow their 3D printers to work within industrial production operations.
According to insiders, it seems that BigRep is secretly developing a potentially revolutionary new 3D printer extruder.
BigRep has taken an interesting step by introducing a flexible material.
BigRep announced a new material that has my mind buzzing about what might happen.
BASF and BigRep announced a blockbuster deal yesterday, or at least we think so.
Prototyping has long been a key application for 3D printing, but here’s a new approach.
BigRep recently announced the appointment of Frank Marangell as their President of US Operations and the Executive Vice President of Global Sales.
Well, that certainly didn’t take long: Frank Marangell has been hired by BigRep.
While strolling through a museum the other day, I literally stepped on a gigantic 3D printer. What was it doing there?
BigRep’s focus recently has been all about print speed, and now they’re using a new filament technology to achieve more rapid prints.
BigRep introduced a new 3D printer filament that could make life much easier for many 3D print operators.
Berlin-based startup BigRep has obtained a significant investment from Klöckner & Co, posing some interesting questions.
This week’s selection is the astonishingly huge “Monument for the 308” sculpture by Andreas Greiner.
We’ve been following the development of BigRep for some time now, and at this point the company is a significant player in the 3D space.
Usually we see 3D printer companies making ever-larger devices. But now the maker of a large unit produces a smaller unit.
BigRep has solved a major barrier to large-format 3D printing in a very ingenious way.
We spoke with BigRep CEO Rene Gurkas recently and learned more about the company’s strategy and upcoming moves.
We spoke with BigRep CEO René Gurka, whose company produces the gigantic BigRep ONE 3D printer to find out how the company has changed and where it’s headed.
Another big story about a big company named BigRep this week: They’ve just closed a massive investment deal that could change things significantly for the company.
Berlin-based BigRep announced a new version of their flagship 3D printer, the One.3.
Berlin-based BigRep stepped up their retail game by opening up a full service online shop.
Is it possible to 3D print furniture? Yes, indeed!