I had an interesting chat with Ulendo this week.
There’s an interesting implication from the achievement of high speed printing on the Prusa Mini.
Josef Prusa announced they’ve made their Mini 3D printer a whole lot faster.
There’s an increasing number of “high speed” FFF 3D printers coming onto the market, but what specific features should you be looking for?
I’ve thinking a lot lately about sensors on 3D printers.
Prusa Research is now shipping their MMU3 unit, and has provided more details on including interesting upgrades and firmware changes.
Prusa Research has released their first input shaping firmware.
Zortrax has stepped up to the plate with a high-speed 3D printing upgrade.
Get ready for an avalanche of high speed desktop 3D printers.
Prusa Research announced a new beta version of their 3D printer firmware that takes a more sophisticated approach to thermal management.
We had a chat with Ulendo, developers of an intriguing system to dramatically speed up 3D printing.
AON3D announced a new IDEX feature for their high temperature 3D printers.
Prusa Research released version 3.10.0 firmware for their flagship line of 3D printers.
Klipper is a very powerful firmware addition to most 3D printers.
I recently spoke with the folks from Dyndrite, who intend to replace the very heart of 3D printing: the 3D kernel.
Prusa Research issued some news about their new Original Prusa MINI desktop 3D printer, and it leads to some interesting speculation.
Own a DP200 and want to print any material? Find out if Sindoh will ever offer a firmware upgrade to allow use of open materials and avoid requiring cartridges.
A new release of the very popular Marlin firmware has been released.