After speaking with Roboze representatives, it seems the company is going full-out on materials.
AON3D has a new M2+ 3D printer.
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.
Roboze announced the opening of a new materials lab.
Markforged’s FX20 3D printer is quite impressive.
QUALUP SAS introduced their new high temperature 3D printer, the Qu3-HT v2022.
Roboze has two new 3D printers in their catalog: the One PRO and Plus PRO.
AON3D has done something no 3D printer has done before: print solid Kapton parts.
I came across a high temperature 3D printer with a big difference.
AON3D announced a new IDEX feature for their high temperature 3D printers.
Modix announced two interesting new add-ons for their large-format 3D printers.
I had a look at Smart3D’s manufacturing system, the MACRO, which offers both regular and high temperature additive manufacturing options.
BOFA announced a new device specifically designed for high temperature 3D printing.
Essentium announced the new HSE 240 HT 3D printer.
Markforged announced a new 3D printer, the FX20.
In January Roboze will launch a new program to establish a “circular economy” for their materials.
Tethon 3D has been producing unusual 3D printer resins for years, but their latest product, C-Lite is quite amazing.
Essentium announced the availability of a new high temperature material for their equipment, PEKK.
AON3D announced a major new investment and a partnership on a lunar project.
Essentium is set to reveal a milestone device at the upcoming Rapid+TCT exhibition.
Roboze announced a new 3D printer, the massive ARGO 1000.
AON3D has introduced a new high-temperature industrial 3D printer, the AON M2+.
INTAMSYS was one of many who attended the recent TCT Asia trade show.
Evonik announced a new PEEK material that could be used for new healthcare applications.
ilamentum introduced an unusual new 3D printer filament, Fluorodur.
There’s a design studio that focuses on use of 3D printed molten glass.
Essentium today announced a new and rather interesting 3D printer, the HSE 280i HT.
Roboze announced a new system designed to ensure production quality.
In discussions with Mosaic Manufacturing I learned more about their revolutionary “Array” 3D printing factory.
In a very surprising announcement, Mosaic Manufacturing announced a series of revolutionary products that will utterly transform the company and its clients.
Evonik announced a new material, and I had a thought while reading through their announcement.
3DGence announced a new industrial 3D print for their INDUSTRY line, the F350.
A partly 3D printed research satellite will test the envelope of 3D printed technology.
3D Systems announced a new industrial 3D printing system designed for the aerospace and automotive industries, the Roadrunner.
Roboze announced a unique method of using their equipment: by subscription.
There was a time when high-temperature 3D printing was considered an experimental exercise, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.
Smart International is now a long way from the days of their KODAK Portrait system.
In a briefing earlier today I learned about INTAMSYS’ plans for 2021, and they are quite ambitious.
Smart International announced a high-temperature 3D printing option: the Macro HT.
Many 3D print companies service the aerospace industry, but it appears that Essentium is doing things in quite a different way.
Zortrax worked with the European Space Agency to successfully 3D print and test a conductive high-temperature material.
During times of uncertainty, Michigan Tech’s Open Sustainability Technology (MOST) Lab doles out three new open source tools in response to the ongoing pandemic. The MOST Lab With advancements in technologies like 3D printing, people can share their designs with people across the world from them in a way that allows them to replicate medical-grade… Continue reading 3 New Open Source Tools To Aid In Battling COVID-19
It’s been brought to our attention that there is another freely downloadable design for a high-temperature 3D printer.
I’m reading a fascinating story about how a small motorsport company is using 3D printing in a very different way.
Michigan Tech’s Open Sustainability Technology Lab, or “MOST”, announced an open source, high-temperature 3D printer.
Smart3D International has announced a new 3D printer, the Macro, and it’s intended for use in manufacturing.
There’s one filament that appears to have the highest-temperature resistance of them all: EXTEM AMHH811F.
In the last 2-3 years there has been a dramatic rise in high-temperature 3D printing, but what are the materials for this type of printing?
INTAMSYS announced a partnership with Victrex to allow use of a newly designed PAEK 3D printer filament in their high-temperature equipment.
A question being asked is whether a plastic 3D printed part could replace a metal part, and the answer is increasingly, “Yes!”
Innovative filament producer colorFabb has introduced their very first soluble support material for 3D printing, DPA-100.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with the folks from Plural Additive Manufacturing, an Oregon-based 3D print company.
Tethon 3D announced a new product: a ceramic powder suitable for use in SLS 3D printers to add to their extensive portfolio of printable ceramic materials.
Roboze launched their long-awaited distributed additive manufacturing service, composed of a network of experienced Roboze 3D printer operators.
Many 3D printing companies have powerful networks and now is the time to unleash them to help in this crisis. We look at three who are doing so effectively.
I’ve become aware of a potential issue that some readers may not know about: PFTE toxicity.
INTAMSYS has worked with researchers to develop an interesting hybrid 3D printing / laser-scribing process that can be used in a variety of unusual sensors.
MiniFactory’s new software produces a very useful report for each 3D print that may be important for clients. We had a close look at one.
Researchers are now able to procure incredibly powerful 3D printing equipment at lower costs to enable work that was previously impossible.
AON3D announced a new, powerful industrial 3D printer, the AON-M2 2020, which has a number of enhanced features and capabilities.
3ntr has introduced an extremely high temperature 3D printer with a build chamber temperature of 250C, capable of 3D printing all high temperature materials, such as PEEK, ULTEM, PAEK and more.
An increasing choice is what awaits those who explore the third party market for resin 3D printer materials.
Slice Engineering has developed a new, highly efficient hot end that could be very suitable for use in high temperature 3D printing applications.
WASP has modified their popular Delta 2040 3D printer to enable 3D printing of high temperature materials like PEEK. But there’s another surprise, too.
Lynxter’s S600D industrial 3D printer just got a lot better with a new liquid extrusion system. We found out which materials it can print.
We chatted with ESSENTIUM’s CEO, Blake Teipel to find out more about their strategy and the latest developments.
Anisoprint has developed a new high temperature 3D printer that can also 3D print continuous carbon fiber. We found out how it works.
ROBOZE introduced a mid-sized industrial 3D printer for high temperature materials including PEEK and ULTEM, the ARGO 350.
INTAMSYS presented its latest cutting-edge 3D printer, the FUNMAT PRO 610 HT at Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt, the first time seen publicly in Europe.
Essentium enters the high-temperature 3D printing business by introducing the HSE 180•S machine and high temp materials including nylon and PEEK.
ROBOZE announced an interesting deal for advanced 3D printing materials with SOLVAY to provide access to high temperature PEEK and carbon fiber filaments.
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.
ROBOZE and Sabic have introduced a very high temperature 3D print material, EXTEM AMHH811F filament, which could open up new forms of additive manufacturing.
Options for high-temperature 3D printing support material are rare. A reader found another support filament usable with some engineering materials.
Is it possible to 3D print complex 3D models in PEKK material? 3DGENCE’s F340 high-temperature 3D printer can now do so with soluble supports.
Innovatica displayed a pair of powerful high-temperature delta 3D printers for industry that sport a number of very interesting features such as a vacuum plate system.
INTAMSYS offers a line of several powerful high-temperature 3D printers capable of printing in PEEK, ULTEM and other high-performance functional materials.
Need a very large high-temperature 3D printer? Dynamical 3D’s huge DT60 can reliably 3D print in PEEK, ULTEM and other high-temp engineering materials.
Looking for a high-temperature material 3D printer? The AON-M2 is able to 3D print high-temp materials such as PEEK, ULTEM, PEKK, PC and even LEXAN.
Robotfactory announced a higher-temperature version of their infinite 3D printer.
A blog post from igus GmbH describes plans for building your own high-temperature 3D printer.
3DGence announced a new accessory for their popular INDUSTRY F340 professional 3D printer that provides for high flow rates.
A partnership between Solvay and Aerosint could lead to high-temperature SLS 3D printing.
If you’re thinking about 3D printing in high-temperature materials you might want to look at the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 410.
Navigating the learning curve of high-temperature 3D printing is less daunting with the experts.
3D printer manufacturer Picaso3D is contemplating a move into the European market.
If you’re seeking a very high-temperature 3D printer, you might want to look at the GEWO 3D HTP 260.
Roboze has been growing significantly in the past year.
3DGence announced a high-temperature dissolvable support material.
VSHAPER has developed a new version of their 500 model specifically for medical 3D prints.
A French startup has developed a versatile high-temperature 3D printer.
Formlabs surprisingly announced a new formulation of their high-temperature resin.
I’m reading a scientific paper describing research on new high-entropy, high-hardness metal carbides and wondering how they could be used in 3D printing.