We had a look a Prusa Research’s upcoming resin 3D printer, the SLX.
Could the Bedslinger 3D printer design disappear?
A fascinating new motion system has been developed that just might have an application or two in the 3D print world.
Tractus3D offers what is likely the tallest delta 3D printer I’ve ever seen: the T3500SE.
Mass Portal has a belt 3D printer!
We had a chat with Trilab’s Michal Boháč to find out how the company has been doing.
Duplex 3D has produced what could be one of the strangest — and fastest — FFF 3D printers on the market.
Earlier we published a thought piece on the notion of using carbon fiber rods for 3D printer frames.
Lynxter announced a new direct drive toolhead, the FIL21.
Researchers at Jacobs University in Germany are developing a large format 3D printer.
I had a chat with the folks from Lynxter to find out what they’ve been up to.
Trilab has launched AzteQ, a powerful new family of delta 3D printers.
WASP has modified their popular Delta 2040 3D printer to enable 3D printing of high temperature materials like PEEK. But there’s another surprise, too.
The powerful DeltiQ 2 3D Printer from TRILAB includes a surprise extrusion system that allows easy 3D printing of flexible material.
Innovatica displayed a pair of powerful high-temperature delta 3D printers for industry that sport a number of very interesting features such as a vacuum plate system.
Automation is coming to 3D printing, and a new system is designed with productivity in mind.
A French startup has developed a versatile high-temperature 3D printer.
Italy-based WASP announced a new version of their flagship 3d printer, the DeltaWASP 20 40 Turbo2.
Among numerous crowdfunded 3D printers currently running is one that might be of interest: the Protonium.
Way back in January we had a sneak peek of Monoprice’s new low-cost 3D printer. Now you can order one, sort of.
Germany-based Kühling&Kühling now offer two very powerful 3D printers suitable for professional use.
Recently we examined machines from Deltatower, a Swiss-based manufacturer of large-sized delta 3D printers.
Now on Kickstarter, the Metal Delta 3D printer from Blue Eagle Labs offers some very interesting features at a very low price.
There are some very interesting delta-style 3D printers, and one of them is from Tripodmaker.
If you’ve never seen a MassPortal 3D printer, you should.
Another giant-sized 3D printer has appeared, this time from Print-Rite, the CoLiDo Mega. And mega it is.
A very interesting delta 3D printer has been launched on Kickstarter, the Trium 3D printer.
Looking for a tall delta-style 3D printer that does more than just 3D printing? You might consider the Ares from Easyarts.
We had a chat with the producers of the upcoming Cybot 330 PRO desktop 3D printer to find out more about the mysterious device.
The Italy-based WASP project may have developed the fastest 3D printer yet, the DeltaWASP 20 40 Turbo.
SeeMeCNC is developing a mini version of their delta 3D printer.
Looking for a large-volume personal 3D printer? You might want to consider the Belgian-built deltaRocket.
We’re looking at the blog of NFire Labs, who are attempting to build and launch a new personal 3D printer.
Need to 3D print a really tall item? You might consider acquiring the incredibly tall Opiliones model “XL”.
Latvia-based Mass Portal demonstrated their intriguing Pharaoh Delta 3D printer and we found it had an interesting twist.
Looking for a delta 3D printer that’s easy to use? Best check out the Nectar One.
An Australian company hopes to launch a new delta 3D printer this month.
Another 3D printer launched its fundraising campaign: the ZEGO. It’s a 3D printer – and a whole lot more.
Another tall-format Delta 3D printer! It’s the DeltaTrix, just launched on Kickstarter.
Recently we’ve seen an increase in the number of “delta” 3D printers being produced. “Delta” refers to the rather unique extruder mechanical movement: arms attached to three towers intelligently coordinate “tipping motions” to smoothly move a level extruder platform through the build volume. These machines are easy to recognize: three tall posts with an… Continue reading Three Delta 3D Printers: How To Tell Them Apart
Tall. That’s one way to describe the incredible Delta Tower 3D printer. It uses, obviously, the delta technique for rapidly and efficiently moving the single or dual extruders through each layer during printing. The statistic you’re looking for is this: it can print items up to 580mm tall, approximately twice that of the biggest… Continue reading The Delta Tower 3D Printer
The Deltaprintr is about to launch on Kickstarter. It’s a personal 3D printer with a difference: the device uses a delta mechanism instead of the traditional cartesian XYZ axes. It’s easier to understand if you watch the video. The extruder is oriented by changes (or deltas) in the three vertical posts instead of… Continue reading The Deltaprintr
We ran across an experimental 3D printer developed years ago by Festo, a German industrial conglomerate. The iFab was designed in 2009 by Festo’s Bionic Learning Network, but seems to have never been marketed publicly. The iFab is an early example of a non-cartesian 3D printer. “Cartesian” 3D printers use standard “X-Y-Z” movements as… Continue reading 3D Printer History: The Festo iFab 3D Printer
Looking to build an unusual 3D printer? You might consider Blue Eagle Labs’ Kossel Clear 3D printer kit. It’s a delta 3D printer, which employs a different mechanical approach than traditional linear X-Y-Z methods such as Cubify and MakerBot. The delta approach involves suspending the single extruder by three legs which are precisely moved along… Continue reading The Kossel Clear Full Sized Delta 3D Printer