Another week and more news on a dedicated cleaning station. But why so many announcements?
In an unusual online announcement, Ultimaker revealed an upcoming cleaning station.
DyeMansion announced a new program they call “TryMansion”.
Resin 3D printers produce amazing output, but why do they have to be so messy?
Charles Goulding, Jr. considers rising applications of 3D printing in the appliance industry.
3DEVO announced a new purge material that seems to have a lot of advantages, but what’s this all about?
Sinterit announced a new powder handling station (PHS) to accompany their popular desktop SLS 3D printer, the Lisa PRO.
Charles R. Goulding discusses the rising use of robots in hotels, and how 3D printing might help in their creation.
SLS 3D printing can be a messy endeavor.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi dive into deep cleaning and the place of 3D printing therein.
Quill Vogue offers a comprehensive line of 3D print post-processing solutions for FDM, SLS, SLM, PolyJet and ProJet additive manufacturing processes.
The forgotten part of 3D printing: post processing. It’s a lot more complex than you can imagine.
I’m reviewing the product list from an Australian company, 3D Formulations, which provides a number of non-printing supplies for 3D printing operations.
Once the 3D printing is done, the post processing begins. That’s the “dirty” secret of the industry, but it’s one that vendors like Anmasi can solve.