Desktop Metal did a rebrand this week.
EnvisionTEC and Covestro announced a collaboration to develop industrial 3D printing solutions.
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger listen to ways 3D printing continues to innovate in hearing aid production.
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger examine ways that EnvisionTEC’s bioprinting technology may play into its new parent company’s operations.
A new CE Mark certification backs up new dental-focused Flexcera 3D printing resins.
A new business is leveraging the vast Desktop Metal / EnvisionTEC 3D printing portfolio for the future of personal healthcare.
Could the piqued interest in additive manufacturing persist after the pandemic? Some signs say “Yes”!
As anticipated, today it’s official: EnvisionTEC is a Desktop Metal company following the close of the latest major 3D printing acquisition.
Charles R. Goulding considers the work in and implications of 3D printing in the dental industry.
It’s only January, but 2021 already shows an overarching theme in 3D printing: market consolidation.
Recent 3D printing acquisition announcements have something significant in common: production focus.
Desktop Metal’s first major move since becoming a public company is a $300M one: acquiring EnvisionTEC.
With so many 3D printing efforts arising to fight the pandemic, it takes a lot for a new solution to stand out. This is that story.
EnvisionTEC is hinting at a new dental 3D printer.
With all the hullabaloo regarding what’s called “continuous” 3D printing these days, it seems that EnvisionTEC holds a patent for it.
With all the buzz about new startups featuring fast 3D printing systems, it’s easy to forget that EnvisionTEC has a similar system as well.
EnvisionTEC is one of the premier vendors of high-resolution 3D printing equipment, having done so since 2002.
EnvisionTEC’s subsidiary Viridis3D has been developing a unique system for 3D printing sand molds for use in foundries.
Ouch! EnvisionTEC has launched a patent infringement lawsuit against Massachusetts-based Formlabs.
Once Carbon broke the Internet with its ultra-fast continuous liquid interface production (CLIP) technology in 2015, the race was on for other manufacturers of vat polymerization 3D printers to demonstrate their own rapid 3D printing processes.
Industrial 3D printer manufacturer EnvisionTEC announced two new 3D printers for their product shelf, the Micro Plus Hi-Res and Micro Plus Advantage.
Founded in 2002 in Gladbeck, Germany – EnvisionTec has created some of the most accurate and reliable additive manufacturing systems on the market.
EnvisionTEC, Inc. will showcase the company’s expanded range of 3D printing materials at the IMTS exhibition in Chicago. EnvisionTEC announced the launch of its new AB Material resins, with the first two commercially available offerings: ABflex and ABStuff. Both are used with the company’s DLP 3D printers. Read More at Engineering.com
A strange post appeared last week on Red Chill Media where they listed their thoughts on the “Top 4 Most Popular 3D Printer Brands & Manufacturers”. Their list included: Objet Z Corporation Desktop Factory (!) Dimension/Stratasys We’re not sure we’d agree with this list, particularly item 3, Desktop Factory. While DT was highly touted and… Continue reading The Most Popular 3D Printer Brands & Manufacturers?