This week’s question is all about large-format 3D printing.
A new industry group seems to have been formed earlier this year, the ColdMetalFusion Alliance.
I saw a huge metal 3D printer that apparently only prints shoes.
Farsoon announced the FS200Mx2 Metal 3D printer, which includes quite a few very interesting features.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Farsoon added a new LPBF 3D printer to their catalog: the FS273M.
We received information from Farsoon that provides an excellent view of their business and coverage.
FABULOUS announced a new 3D print material, “ACTIVE”.
Farsoon announced the first results of a collobartion with chemical company Evonik.
I’m reading a case study from Farsoon and it showed a not-so-direct route leading to additive manufacturing for production applications.
Farsoon’s metal 3D printers have been used to produce an officially approved medical implant in China.
Recently I’ve seen several projects using 3D printing to produce highly advanced antennae, and this is likely to be a significant application in the future.
Farsoon announced a break with long-time partner Prodways.
Farsoon said the company has doubled its revenue so far in 2020, defying the overall economic downturn caused by the pandemic.
Farsoon announced a monstrously huge deal with Falcontech to provide the AM service with no fewer than 50 advanced metal 3D printers.
Farsoon completed customer beta-testing of their powerful HT1001P CAMS nylon 3D printing production system, which can 3D print continuously.
Farsoon Technologies announced an interesting partnership with two related companies.
Farsoon has released a new polymer 3D printer, the HT1001P CAMS system.
Farsoon opened an Americas division, in what could be a wave of new 3D printing vendors.