You’ve heard about “high speed 3D printing”, but what are the things you need to know about it?
There’s now a “high speed” version of The 100 3D printer.
Stratasys unveiled a new FDM 3D printer targeted at industrial buyers.
Elegoo surprised everyone with their launch of a massive industrial 3D printer.
Roboze’s Hypermelt technology should open many doors for the Italian company.
There is an interesting trend occurring in the 3D printing market recently, all caused by Bambu Lab.
LOTMAXX announced a new high speed desktop FFF 3D printer with a difference: it also includes a powerful laser.
AON3D announced an intriguing new 3D printer that’s driven by a new AI-powered software system.
There’s big news in the corporate world: Nexa3D announced plans to acquire Essentium.
We’ve received a lot more information about Project R3D’s Talos high speed 3D printers. The Chicago-based company first announced the Talos series only a few weeks ago in early September. Now the company seems to be shipping them to customers after only a few weeks. The Talos series is comprised of three models, the 600,… Continue reading Project R3D Announces Swift Deliveries of the Talos Printer Series
Our review of the Raise3D Pro3 Plus high speed 3D printer concludes with software, print results and final thoughts.
Our review at the Raise3D Pro3 Plus high speed 3D printer continues with a look at setup and operations.
Raise3D has produced several notable professional 3D printers, and we’ve been able to do extensive testing on their Pro3 Plus model.
Our look at the Kingroon KPL1 high speed 3D printer concludes with print results and final thoughts.
Our look at the Kingroon KPL1 high speed 3D printer continues with setup, calibration, operations and software.
Recently, our friends at Kingroon announced the release of their new KLP1.
Prusa Research made their Mini 3D printer run a lot faster, and we gave it a test.
UltiMaker reacts to the high speed 3D printing explosion with speed improvements.
I’ve been doing some thinking about the high speed 3D printing revolution, and realized there’s going to be another casualty: resellers.
I had an interesting chat with Ulendo this week.
Peopoly just announced an unbelievable high speed 3D printer, the Magneto X, which is shockingly different.
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.
Co Print announced “Series II”, a significant upgrade of their high speed multicolor 3D printing system.
Polymaker announced a new series of high speed 3D print materials called “PolySonic”.
Our hands on review of the Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro 3D printer concludes with Software, Print Results and Final Thoughts.
Our review of the Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro continues with a look at Setup and Operations.
We’ve been quite excited to test Anycubic’s latest high speed 3D printer, the Kobra 2 Pro.
After working with several high speed FFF desktop 3D printers lately, I think the industry is going to face a material crisis.
There’s an increasing number of “high speed” FFF 3D printers coming onto the market, but what specific features should you be looking for?
Creality announced the CR-10 SE, a printer engineered for advanced users with an emphasis on achieving a superior first layer.
Matthäus Szturc has officially released the design for The 100, an incredibly fast DIY 3D printer.
What’s the latest on the #SpeedBoatRace challenge? We found out.
Which desktop 3D printer companies have entered the high speed 3D printing race?
Should you upgrade your desktop 3D printer?
Something new appeared on Bambu Lab’s list of 3D printers: the P1S.
Buying a desktop FFF 3D printer is getting a lot more complex these days.
Creality has a new flagship 3D printer with the launch of its new K1 Max 3D printer.
One of Creality’s latest resin 3D printers has won an award.
Where are all the high speed 3D printers?
We had a chat with Creative 3D to learn about their latest professional 3D printer, the EVO.
Snapmaker announced a series of new products and hardware.
We had a chat with the folks from Co Print to find out the latest on their interesting 3D printer accessories. Co Print is an Istanbul-based company that’s been around for a few years. Their most notable product has been the Co Print Multi-Filament 3D printing module, a device that is able to switch filaments… Continue reading Co Print’s Chromapad: High Speed Multicolor 3D Printing
Pantheon has been making big strides forward with their incredible high-speed carbon fiber 3D printer, the HS3.
I had some further thoughts on Anycubic’s latest FFF 3D printer, the Kobra 2.
E3D finally released their high-flow Revo hot end the other week, and it should make life easier for certain types of 3D printers.
Our test of the new high speed desktop 3D printer from Anycubic, the Kobra 2, concludes with a look at software print results, and final thoughts.
Our test of the new high speed desktop 3D printer from Anycubic, the Kobra 2, continues with a look at setup, calibration, and operations.
We were able to test the new high speed desktop 3D printer from Anycubic, the Kobra 2.
Prusa Research has released their first input shaping firmware.
ELEGOO is making waves with the announcement of their newest 3D printer models: the Saturn 3 series and Neptune 4 series.
Anycubic’s latest FFF 3D printer, the Kobra 2, offers two unique technologies.
We’ve discovered that Anycubic is preparing to launch not just one, but two highly distinct desktop 3D printers in the coming weeks.
Zortrax has stepped up to the plate with a high-speed 3D printing upgrade.
It seems the 3D print world is rapidly shifting to high-speed devices, and this change will significantly impact many aspects of the industry.
Makertech 3D has introduced a new professional 3D printer that includes tool changing capability.
Quantica has raised a massive €14M in funding to power development of their unique NovoJet 3D printing technology.
Get ready for an avalanche of high speed desktop 3D printers.
Could desktop 3D printers become less upgradeable in the future?
Essentium launched a 3D printed parts-on-demand service.
Kentstrapper introduced a new high-speed 3D printer, the ZeroHS.
A new revolutionary open source, high-speed 3D printer design has been released, and it should shake up the market.
Essentium expects to launch a new high temperature 3D printer later this year, but there’s an interesting difference with this device.
Raise3D announced an upgrade kit for their Pro3 series that dramatically increases print speed.
Creality announced a significant upgrade to their Ender series, with the new Ender-5 S1 3D printer.
Voxelab announced the Aquila D1, a much more powerful FFF desktop 3D printer.
Our look at Pantheon Design’s incredible HS3 continues with operations, materials, software and our final thoughts. This is part two of a two part series, please read part one. Pantheon HS3 Operations Operating the HS3, or at least our pre-production unit, was identical to operating any Duet-equipped 3D printer. The web interface was quite detailed,… Continue reading Hands On With The Pantheon HS3 High Speed 3D Printer, Part 2
We’ve just finished testing the Pantheon HS3, and wow, what a 3D printer!
There is an ongoing quest to achieve faster and faster 3D print speeds on FFF equipment. But there are a number of challenges.
This week Polymaker announced a partnership with AMESOS to developed what they call “FFF 2.0”, a high speed 3D printing process and associated 3D printer.
Nexa3D announced the XiP, a 3D printer that is the first for the company in the desktop market.
Zaxe’s three new 3D printers address different markets.
Xaar announced the new Irix printhead for high-speed printing.
Azul 3D announced their first commercially available 3D printer, the LAKE.
Essentium is set to reveal a milestone device at the upcoming Rapid+TCT exhibition.
Creality’s new Ender 7 breaks speed barriers with some interesting technological improvements.
Startup AM company Evolve Additive has now shipped its first commercial STEP system.
3D Systems announced a new industrial 3D printing system designed for the aerospace and automotive industries, the Roadrunner.
Many 3D print companies service the aerospace industry, but it appears that Essentium is doing things in quite a different way.
There’s a new industrial filament 3D printer in the works that could operate seven to nine times faster than conventional devices.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that supply chains can be disrupted suddenly and without any indication of how long the interruption will last.
Gizmo 3D Printers has some major news to share in super-fast industrial DLP 3D printing.
An announcement by Xaar leads to some interesting speculation about Stratasys’ future strategy, which could be a different style of involvement with additive manufacturing.
Essentium announced a pair of new materials for their high speed 3D printer, and there’s an interesting story behind the move.
We chatted with ESSENTIUM’s CEO, Blake Teipel to find out more about their strategy and the latest developments.
A new extruder concept was unveiled by Fuselab that spins at high speed to reliably deliver precise amounts of thermoplastics in 3D printers. We found out how it works.
3DGence announced a new, large-format high temperature industrial 3D printer, the INDUSTRY F420, which is capable of 3D printing in PEEK and ULTEM materials.
Essentium has announced new expansion initiatives, bringing on new international leadership and ramping up production of its HSE 3D printing platform and materials development efforts.
In response to Jabil’s recently publicized 3D printing lawsuit against Essentium, the latter says that the claims of wrongdoing are unmerited.
Looking for a ridiculously fast 3D printer? The extremely high speed NewPro3D NP1 with advanced ILI membrane is now available for purchase.
The new VJET X is preparing for its debut as voxeljet announces its next high-volume additive manufacturing solutions.
Are you paying attention to Essentium? You should be.
San Diego-based Uniz announced two new high speed desktop 3D printers, the Slash 2 series.
Dyze Design showed us their new products.