One of the most interesting technologies we observed at Formnext 2022 was a new way to 3D print multiple materials in powder.
One 3D printer does not fill all application needs, and that’s demonstrated by Lithoz’s product set.
Lithoz acquired a ceramic 3D printing company.
I had a chat with the folks from Lynxter to find out what they’ve been up to.
Grid Logic has developed a unique process that can 3D print metal and ceramic in the same job.
I had a chat with XJET’s Dror Danai about the company’s strategy.
Tethon 3D is getting into the dental business.
Researchers at TU Chemnitz have developed a unique method to produce temperature resistant housings for electrical applications.
I had a look at the latest from Tritone.
A new nozzle for FFF 3D printers has been announced by fibtip, and it seems to have all the right characteristics.
Admatec announced a new furnace that could enable their clients to take on additional production of 3D printed ceramics.
An automotive company has used XJET’s NPJ technology to produce a high performance engine piston made entirely from ceramic material.
Aside from Antarctica, Africa might be the continent with the least amount of 3D printing activity, but that’s changing.
This week’s question relates to the ability of 3D printing to combine various types of materials.
Desktop Metal announced additions to the ever-growing 3D printer lineup, but the new entries seem a bit familiar.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
A PhD student in New Zealand is 3D printing catalysts to enable use of safer rocket propellants.
A desktop 3D printer could allow easy ceramic 3D printing at home.
I spoke with XJET’s Dror Danai to find out why XJET technology has an advantage over other ceramic 3D printing options.
Researchers at Fraunhofer IKTS have developed a method for restoring broken porcelain items.
I spoke with BCN3D’s Dave Martinez to find out the latest from the Spanish 3D printer manufacturer.
The Ceramics Expo returned for 2021, and we were on-site in Cleveland for a look at 3D printing at the in-person event.
In-person industry events are moving from pandemic wish list item to real-world happenings — but what does that look like in practice?
XJET announced “SMART”, an intelligent post-processing workstation.
I spoke with Sakuú’s VP of Marketing and Business development, David Pederson, to find out more about this mysterious 3D print startup.
Tethon 3D obtained a patent for a key 3D printing feature in the resin process.
Lithoz announced a new entry-level ceramic 3D printer, the CeraFab L30.
Tethon 3D announced a suite of three new and extremely interesting 3D printing resins suitable for industrial use.
Ceramic 3D printing has a lot to offer applications from aerospace and biomedical to industry, but adoption can be a sticking point.
Another 3D printing technology will soon be aboard the International Space Station as Made In Space is set to launch SLA into space for the first time.
New research has uncovered a potential method for 3D printing ceramic materials using microwaves.
Charles R. Goulding considers the achievement of 3D printable porcelain.
This week’s question is about the availability of ceramic PEEK 3D printing filament.
The chemical company LEHVOSS Group announced the introduction of a new 3D printing filament with flame-retardant properties.
The dental industry is a major user of ceramic 3D printing, and a new global partnership is set to see applications move from concept through to production.
Tethon 3D announced a new product: a ceramic powder suitable for use in SLS 3D printers to add to their extensive portfolio of printable ceramic materials.
This week’s question relates to the costing of ceramic 3D printing: what are the options, costs and considerations for 3D printing ceramic jewelry?
This week’s selection is the eBook “Advanced Materials” by 3dpbm.
The NESSIE project is attempting to optimize large scale production of pharmaceuticals by using advanced technologies, focusing on 3D printed ceramics.
What makes ceramics such a valuable 3D printing material? Here’s how it’s benefiting five essential industries.
Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers examine 3D printing put to use in creating vases.
Tritone has been quietly building their MoldJet technology and is nearing a release of their beta 3D printing equipment.
XJET has found their way into a very interesting and profitable application niche for their powerful ceramic 3D printing technology.
Admatec announced a new and much larger metal and ceramic 3D printer; we had a close look at it.
Lynxter’s S600D industrial 3D printer just got a lot better with a new liquid extrusion system. We found out which materials it can print.
When Xjet first developed their nanoparticle jetting (NPJ) process, they didn’t realize it would split into two different styles. We found out why.
Tritone announced a revolutionary 3D printing process called “MoldJet” that 3D prints molds and casts objects during the 3D printing process.
A bizarre new 3D printing process called Roll Powder Sintering could be the fastest and cheapest way to 3D print metal, ceramic and thermoplastic materials. We found out how it works.
ExOne announced a huge new metal 3D printer, the X1 160PRO, which can provide large-scale metal additive manufacturing capability to industry.
New research shows a method of joining ceramics together. Could this lead to an entirely new type of ceramic 3D printer?
AddiFab has produced a new 3D printing process that can bridge the gap between 3D printers and injection molding.
Admatec’s new vision-based process monitoring system for their ceramic and metal 3D printers could dramatically increase the quality of industrial additive manufacturing.
How do engineers and designers know about new developments in 3D printing that could potentially revolutionize products in industry?
Aerosint is taking steps to make ceramic 3D printing more robust with a binder-free powder bed process.
What does the Bison 1000 3D printer do? It can 3D print many resins, including ceramic resins at very high resolution, and can handle huge 3D models.
Let’s take a look at a few of the most impressive 3D printing innovations of the last five years and see how much the industry has changed since it began.
XJet is focusing strongly on ceramic 3D printing applications, something they may not have initially planned.
XJet’s CEO shares a look into operations and applications in metal and ceramic 3D printing.
A comprehensive interactive chart of 3D printing technologies has been published.
XJet has accomplished something we’ve never seen before: a combination metal and ceramic 3D print.
We’ve just learned of a new venture seeking to simplify access to 3D printed bones: The ADAM Project.
We know ceramic 3D printing is around, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find.
We had a chat with ComeTrue about their latest offerings.
Kwambio has announced, but not yet released, two new ceramic 3D printers.
Admatec produces powerful ceramic (and metal) 3D printers.
We talk a lot about 3D printers, but most use plastic or resin materials.
Given the relative newness of metal 3D printing, many in the industry anticipate a continued evolution of the technology that will see it increase in quality and decrease in cost.
We ran across a metal 3D printing process we had not seen previously: screen printing.
Japanese giant Canon announced new ceramic 3D printer materials.
I’m always thrilled to see new 3D printing processes, and Nanogrande definitely has one.
Tethon 3D announced a series of much more powerful resins for SLA 3D printing.
Adoption of 3D printing does not happen all at once.
The morning after XJet’s grand opening for the new Additive Manufacturing Center in Rehovot, Israel, I sat down with CBO Dror Danai to discuss the significance of the move.
Israel-based XJet has opened a $10 million Additive Manufacturing Center, billed as the world’s largest for 3D printing of metals and ceramics.
Tethon 3D is apparently going to manufacture a 3D printer.
Since we last looked at the PotterBot two years ago, it seems there have been many improvements.
I’m reading an interesting story of how jewelry designers applied a new 3D printing technology.
Formlabs formally announced a new ceramic resin for the Form 2 3D printer today.
There is another level of 3D printing that no one has yet attained.
Kwambio was quiet for quite a while, but now they seem very active; this week announcing a new 3D print material.
3D-printed performance ceramics have been available from a variety of photopolymer additive manufacturing (AM) platforms for some time, and there are even more on the horizon.
Well, well, we hadn’t heard from Kwambio for literally years, but suddenly they are back.
A new kit to convert your desktop 3D printer to ceramic capability is about to launch.
I’m looking at a very curious device, the Aether 1 3D printer, or is it a bio printer?
We sat down with XJET’s CEO to find out where the new company is positioned today.
XJET has shipped their first 3D printing system, and it won’t be the last.
XJET announced the release of a new line of 3D printers, the Carmel series, which apparently can 3D print in metal OR ceramics.
This week’s selection is the subtle Cerco Espresso Cup by Spanish artist Jordi López Aguiló of Kutarq Studio.
While not feasible for every product out there, ceramic materials are one of the few natural materials available to us that can be formed into just about anything.
A wonderful story has been submitted to our publication describing how a traditional ceramics craftsman was able to vastly simplify his work using 3D print technology
While Ricoh has been selling their SLS-based 3D printer for over a year, they’re now beginning to move into a very different 3D printing technology.
When you think of “Roland” with respect to making machines, you think “small desktop unit”. But that’s definitely not going to be the case soon.
In a very tiny booth on the left side of the FormNext exhibition was a display from a one-person company that just may have figured out a monstrous breakthrough in 3D printing.
Israel-based XJet Ltd. announced they’ve been able to successfully 3D print ceramics using their proprietary NanoParticle Jetting process.
There have been a few ceramic 3D printing initiatives, such as that of 3D Systems (acquired from Figulo) and now apparently shut down.