Somehow I hadn’t seen the FDM Assessment Protocol for quite a while, but maybe you haven’t either.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Stratasys announced a massive US$20M contract to deliver 3D printers to the US Navy.
This week, Stratasys doubled down on its additive manufacturing strategy for production.
Stratasys has a big announcement of some type coming up on April 28th. What could it be about?
Stratasys and nTopology execs share a look at their new collaboration, starting with an impressive FDM Assembly Fixture Generator.
I just finished reading a fascinating interview with Scott Crump, one of the earliest pioneers of 3D printing, and the inventor of the extrusion process.
A post on Wohlers Talk indicates that Scott Crump, founder of Stratasys and inventor of FDM 3D printing, has stepped away from day-to-day activities at the company.
Where did the two 3D printer filament diameters come from and what is the difference? Which one is better?
Formlabs just issued three new videos for beginners to 3D printing, and the result was quite surprising.
Do you know the difference between the terms “FDM” and “FFF”? From what I read, it seems a large number of people are not aware of their true meaning.
How useful is TPU when 3D printing? What are the best 3D printing processes for printing flexible TPU parts?
Quill Vogue offers a comprehensive line of 3D print post-processing solutions for FDM, SLS, SLM, PolyJet and ProJet additive manufacturing processes.
Advanced Manufacturing is the use of innovative technology to improve products or processes. Today, these advancements are especially prominent in the healthcare industry, where we see innovations in prosthetics, dentistry, and medical models.
Need to select a 3D printing process for an additive manufacturing project? These videos explain the major differences between SLS, FDM, SLA, MJF and more.
It’s long overdue, but I want to talk about FDM and FFF today.
Stratasys is unveiling two new 3D printers today, stepping deeper into FDM and introducing its first commercial SLA machine.
Post-processing is evolving from 3D printing’s dirty little secret to a PR headline.
This week at SOLIDWORKS World, Stratasys is announcing an advance in GrabCAD software and an autosports collaboration.
Hobbyist or professional? Extrusion-based 3D printing is at a crossroads.
We received a provocative comment about 3D printing and had to reply.
It’s an interesting time for 3D printing as the technology moves toward production.
Stratasys looks toward a future in production, building upon its unique history with 3D printing.
Yesterday Stratasys made what might be their biggest announcement of the year: an entirely new line of 3D printers for prototyping.
A reader comment enquired about the general relative speed of the two major 3D printing processes, plastic extrusion and photocurable resin.