Afinia announced a new 3D printer, the QD330.
Our hands-on review of the Flashforge Adventurer 4 Pro concludes with a look at its specialized software, print results and final thoughts.
Our hands-on review of the Flashforge Adventurer 4 Pro continues with a look at operational procedures and capabilities.
We’ve been testing the new Flashforge Adventurer 4 Pro for the past few weeks, and here’s what we found.
Where are all the high speed 3D printers?
We had a look at Flashforge’s latest professional 3D printers, the Creator 4 and Guider 3.
Sygnis’ F-NIS 23151 is a very unusual 3D printer, and not just because of its cryptic name.
3D printer used in smuggling operation.
Flashforge has introduced a new 3D printer that’s way out of their normal scope.
We had a chat with Ulendo, developers of an intriguing system to dramatically speed up 3D printing.
Our look at the new Voxelab Aries desktop 3D printer continues with the setup and operation.
Our test lab has been quite busy lately. This time we reviewed the Voxelab Aries desktop 3D printer.
Desktop 3D printers have evolved significantly in the 10+ years they’ve been on the market, but there are many more features they need to include.
Flashforge announced a new desktop 3D printer, the Adventurer 4.
Today’s ultra-low cost 3D printers are a far cry from their predecessors.
Last week we posted a couple of stories on MakerBot’s new product, MakerBot Classroom, but there seems to be some controversy brewing.
We review an astounding story on Forbes that recommends ancient 3D printers as the best buys for 2020.
Simplify3D announced a new partnership with Flashforge, and that won’t be the last.
A major desktop 3D printer vendor selected a CAD vendor as partner.
We had a look at Flashforge’s Finder 3D printer, which is designed for introductory 3D printing.
Flashforge has a reputation for producing solid personal 3D printers. But now they appear to be developing a children’s 3D printer.
The folks at the University of Washington’s Mechanical Engineering Department’s Solheim Additive Manufacturing Laboratory apparently like fixing their Flashforge 3D printers.