Prusa Research announced a new beta version of their 3D printer firmware that takes a more sophisticated approach to thermal management.
Desktop Metal’s technology innovations continue with the introduction of a very unusual 3D print material: FreeFoam.
Prusa Research announced the availability of a new, sophisticated enclosure for their popular MK3S+ 3D printer.
SynDaver3D announced the LeveL and LeveL UP desktop 3D printers.
It’s summer in the northern hemisphere, and that means one thing: Heat, and lots of it.
Charles Goulding Jr. dives into 3D printing used for thermal desalination applications.
Researchers have found a way to directly observe micro-cracking of 3D printed tungsten metal.
I recently learned the MakerBot METHOD series has a very unusual feature for a 3D printer: integrated annealing.
Ultimaker’s new S5 Bundle is far more than a marketing slogan. It is a highly sophisticated 3D printer that includes a variety of production features.
Does the MakerBot Method X 3D printer really work? We examined several large ABS 3D prints and were very surprised.
Ultimaker just announced the Ultimaker S5 Bundle, with heat and humidity management features that could enable true 3D print production.
Ultimaker announced they’re announcing a new device. What is it? What 3D printer features could it include? We enhance some images and provide speculation.
GE has developed a fascinating 3D printed part design that’s partly inspired by biology.
Many 3D printer operators are unaware of a technique for transforming materials into stronger versions: annealing.
MakerBot finally announced a new 3D printer and I have some thoughts.
Spain-based Advanced Production Tools S.A produces a line of powerful industrial 3D printers under the name Dynamical Tools.
Xioneer announced a new, powerful 3D printer for industry, the X1S.
I’m looking at a new crowdfunding 3D printer launch.
Researchers at CMU’s Morphing Matter Lab have developed a technique for 4D printing that could prove popular.
Mass Portal continues to experiment with advanced 3D printing techniques.
Researchers have developed an interesting method for strengthening 3D printed parts by an application of microwaves.
There’s plenty of competition in the 3D printer filament market these days, so it takes a lot to stand out among the crowd. It seems that 3dk.berlin has done so with their new “k-top” product.
At Rapid last week we came across a very intriguing piece of hardware from Heatron.
3D Platform seems to have a number of announcements lately, and one of them is for a unique “filament warmer”.
Germany-based Kühling&Kühling now offer two very powerful 3D printers suitable for professional use.
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen something this revolutionary: Essentium has created a completely new filament-based 3D printing process.
Researchers at Imperial College London have identified incredible materials that can withstand temperatures up to 4,000C, but would it be possible to 3D print this stuff?
The other week we had a really close look at the FELIX Pro 1 and found a couple of very interesting features.
Furnaces for 3D printing? Yes, I think so.
A new polymer developed by a team from the University of Rochester has an interesting property: it changes shape when triggered by body temperature alone.