Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
An RC flyer has performed a very real test of a lightweight 3D printing materials.
colorFabb has introduced a new ASA material that is extremely lightweight.
At long last, PodoPrinter has released full details on their now-named device, the SOLE 3D production printer.
You may not have heard, but colorFabb markets a very unusual 3D printer filament called varioShore.
On a tip I took a look at how desktop 3D printer filament is priced by major suppliers and found something quite interesting.
Innovative filament producer colorFabb has introduced their very first soluble support material for 3D printing, DPA-100.
Evidence has arisen indicating the upcoming PodoPrinter project may make use of a belt-driven 3D printer.
A mysterious 3D printer is said to perform continuous manufacturing of footwear. We speculate on what this could be.
3D-printing carbon fiber is now a mainstay of the additive manufacturing (AM) industry.
colorFabb is teasing a rather strange and new 3D print material.
We learned more about the highly unusual BlackBelt 3D printer.
Dutch 3D printer material mastermind colorFabb has introduced something quite revolutionary: color on demand.
3D printer filament leader colorFabb abruptly dropped their brassFill product.
Netherlands-based colorFabb introduced a colorful new line of 3D printer filament, “nGen_LUX”.
The romance between 3D Hubs and colorFabb seems to be dimming, with an announcement that the filament manufacturer has pulled out of 3D Hubs’ perks program.
I read an interesting announcement from Aleph Objects and colorFabb that begs a question about the latter’s strategy.
For years now the industry has looked to colorFabb for quality 3D printer filaments and innovative plastic formulations. Now they’re selling a 3D printer, too.
True to form, Netherlands-based colorFabb introduced yet another pioneering 3D printer filament, this time based on Steel.
This week’s selection is the not-quite-lifesize 3D print of the 1960’s Saturn V Rocket by Korneel Bullens.
Dutch filament manufacturer colorFabb announced they’re working on a new high temperature filament.
colorFabb has always seemed to be one of the first to introduce unusual new 3D printing materials and now they’ve released nGen, a more durable substance.
This week’s selection is a 3D printed bicycle kit by Stephan Schürmann / ColorFabb.
Netherlands-based colorFabb introduced an incredibly powerful new 3D printer filament today, based on carbon fiber.
A project by Poland’s Fucco Design created replicas of large church figurines in wood.
We managed to get our hands on some new Amphora filament from colorFabb and performed a few tests.
They come from the same country, but that’s not the only thing going on between 3D Hubs and ColorFabb.