We had the opportunity to test out Anycubic’s new High Clear 3D printer resin — it’s completely transparent!
Our review of Carina’s CMYK resins continues with print results and final thoughts.
We were provided the opportunity to test Carima’s CMYK non-toxic 3D printer resin.
Mimaki has improved their clear 3D print material.
Prusa Research announced the availability of a new and unusual material for 3D printing for their Prusament line: PVB.
Two big names in 3D printing have announced an expanded relationship that’s paving the way for new engineering materials.
Call us surprised: Loctite is entering the world of 3D printing.
Verbatim announced a very interesting glass-like 3D printer filament product.
I’m reading an article on Forbes describing a new process for 3D printing glass that could be quite useful.
Among the infinite variety of materials in our world is a very peculiar substance known as Aluminium oxynitride, or as some call it, transparent aluminum.
Earlier today Stratasys announced their most advanced 3D printer, the J750. But what’s inside this machine that makes it so powerful? We have the story.
Today Stratasys announced perhaps the most important 3D printer in the company’s history: the J750.
3D printer filament provider taulman3D has released a new type of copolymer they call “T-Lyne”.
FormFutura has introduced a new ABS plastic variant that apparently has no scent during printing.
With the release of Connex3 color 3D printing technology this week, we started thinking more about “transparent” 3D printing. Stratasys provides a transparent material for their Connex series of printers and it’s often mixed with other colors to produce hybrid objects. But exactly how “transparent” is Transparent? We did an experiment. Stratasys often… Continue reading How Clear are “Transparent” 3D Prints, Anyway?
As the market for personal 3D printers expands, so do your options for plastic filaments. Along with the standard ABS and PLA filaments that have been available for many years, we’ve seen a number of fascinating experiments with different filaments, including some involving wood and ceramics. Now Taulman offers another unique filament: t-glase. What makes… Continue reading t-glase: A Clear Plastic for your 3D Printer