I spoke with Nick Stratton, the fellow behind Hotends.com about their recent activities.
Slice Engineering has developed a new, highly efficient hot end that could be very suitable for use in high temperature 3D printing applications.
Runice is an OEM manufacturer that provides hot end and extruder components to many 3D printer manufacturers.
E3D-Online announced a breakthrough 3D printing extruder / hot end system called Hermes. It offers a very powerful feature, yet is still low priced.
Kodak just announced two unusual engineering filaments for the Kodak Portrait 3D Printer, as well as a surprise hot end feature.
I’m looking at a unique 3D printer extruder design from Zesty called “Nimble”.
3DGence announced a new accessory for their popular INDUSTRY F340 professional 3D printer that provides for high flow rates.
UK-based E3D-Online announced their latest — and largest — 3D printer hot end, the SuperVolcano.
Things will get a lot hotter in desktop 3D printing after E3D-Online’s latest announcement.
There may be a far better way to 3D print small, finely detailed objects.
There’s a new Kickstarter project with a tool that many desktop 3D printer operators could use.
An interesting post from E3D-Online proposes a new standard for mounting the heatsink for 3D printer hot ends.
A Kickstarter project proposes an inexpensive water cooled head for 3D printers.
Researchers at MIT have devised a method of dramatically speeding up plastic extrusion 3D printing, but is it enough to make a difference?
3D printer hotend maker E3D stepped up their “Gold Edition” with some interesting – and frivolous – upgrades.
France-based I3D Innovation has launched a high temperature extrusion system for desktop 3D printers.
We were contacted by Performance 3-D to get word out that they require a number of beta testers for their new high performance nozzle series.
3D printer hardware maker E3D-Online announced today the Titan Aero, an interesting combo product.
E3D announced a new product: HotEnd Socks. Is this a necessary item?
There’s an unusual piece of hardware available for pre-order: a water-cooled 3D print head designed for delta-style 3D printers.
The “1730 Full Metal Hotend” from ReprapUniverse in The Netherlands is able to handle two different filament diameters.
A new sapphire-equipped 3D printer nozzle may eliminate abrasion issues, enabling the ability to 3D print very strong materials.
Interested in color 3D printing? Who isn’t? Now there’s another way you can do so.