Researchers have developed a unique and very powerful FFF extrusion technology they call “MF3”.
Researchers have developed a mathematical model to predict extrusion widths to improve 3D print quality.
E3D-Online’s new Revo product set should make life far easier for FFF 3D printer operators.
Essentium is set to reveal a milestone device at the upcoming Rapid+TCT exhibition.
A California company seems to have figured out how to take construction 3D printing to the next level.
A unique view of 3D printing in action appears in a new CNC Kitchen video.
Researchers at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) have developed a novel approach to 3D print extrusion that could transform many desktop 3D printers.
Researchers have developed an unusual “morphing nozzle” that can orient fibers during 3D printing.
Researchers have discovered a straightforward treatment that could improve the ability to 3D print food.
3DEVO announced a new purge material that seems to have a lot of advantages, but what’s this all about?
I’m looking at an interesting news report detailing the first products from a new 3D printer manufacturer located in Loveland, Colorado.
No one seems to offer collaborative 3D printing modes on dual extrusion devices. We explain why this is the case.
Researchers at Harvard and the Wyss Institute have developed a new form of extrusion-based 3D printing they call “MM3D”. We review the constraints that make it impractical for many applications.
Where will concrete 3D printing lead? Will the construction industry undergo a revolution from computer controlled concrete extrusion? What will buildings look like?
It’s long overdue, but I want to talk about FDM and FFF today.
A Vancouver-based startup appears to have invented an entirely new form of metal 3D printing.
I’m looking at some details on an upcoming 3D printer that seems too good to believe.
So you’ve decided to make your own 3D printing filament. Great. …How?
Over the years there have been several desktop 3D printer filament extruders, and almost all have failed.
Researchers at MIT have been working on a practical method of 3D printing cellulose.
3devo has introduced the Precision and Composer Series of filament makers.
MakeX has launched another very inexpensive 3D printer, the MakeX Migo.
Large-format 3D printer manufacturer Cosine Additive has developed a powerful new feature that they call “Tandem” printing.
The other week we had a really close look at the FELIX Pro 1 and found a couple of very interesting features.
A 3D printer on Kickstarter deserves more attention than it seems to be getting.
We’re checking out a new personal 3D printer, the CreatorBot by 3D Printerworks, which should launch very soon.