I took a closer in-person look at Thought3D’s new Drywise filament drying solution.
Thought3D announced a very unusual in-line filament drying system they call “Drywise”.
Raise3D announced a new desktop 3D printer designed for use with carbon fiber composite material.
PrintDry announced a new filament storage system that’s powered by automated vacuum technology.
Essentium announced a new solution for filament storage, the Essentium DryBox.
Everyone knows 3D printer filament must be dry to function properly, but exactly how is this best done?
I recently had the opportunity to speak with the folks from Plural Additive Manufacturing, an Oregon-based 3D print company.
There seems to be a burst of 3D printer manufacturers offering filament drying equipment. We have some ideas why this is happening.
There is a new approach for more effectively drying 3D printer filament to increase print quality, and it involves using a vacuum.
Fiberthree is a German company producing several 3D printing products, but focusing mainly on materials.
3D printer filament is often very high quality these days, at least from some manufacturers.
We obtained some additional information about the very interesting and brand new 3D printer filament drying system from Mass Portal.
Latvia-based Mass Portal announced a new line of professional filament drying systems.
Polymaker is a well-known provider of high quality filament in many different materials and formats, but they’re also becoming known for their associated hardware products.
In a world with increasingly powerful desktop 3D printers, your filament probably deserves a lot more attention.