Some folks have built an underwater 3D printer — that actually works!
There’s an increasing number of “high speed” FFF 3D printers coming onto the market, but what specific features should you be looking for?
Snapmaker announced a series of new products and hardware.
I had a discussion with Velo3D and learned of a very interesting application for metal 3D printing.
Conformal cooling is not only a better way to cool injection molds for plastics, but it might allow hypersonic air travel.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the potential use of 3D printing technology to improve the efficiency of CHP operations.
I had a look at Slice Engineering’s highly unusual Mosquito Conduct hot end, and was surprised to find it doesn’t need a fan.
Automaker Tesla could use a new 3D printable steel alloy to build electric vehicles in the future.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print fully martensitic stainless steel.
Azul 3D is one of the latest 3D print companies to appear on the scene, and we spoke to the company’s Chief Revenue Officer, Tuan Tranpham, to find out more.
Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers take a look at how the commercial refrigeration industry is beginning to make production use of 3D printing technology.
Researchers have developed a new application for 3D printing that could revolutionize the energy efficiency of solid state cooling equipment.
A Kickstarter project proposes an inexpensive water cooled head for 3D printers.
There’s an unusual piece of hardware available for pre-order: a water-cooled 3D print head designed for delta-style 3D printers.