Axtra3D unveiled its Hybrid PhotoSynthesis (HPS) technology and Lumia printer, which the company believes will revolutionize 3D printing.
I haven’t seen this before: a 3D printer that uses a moving belt — except when it doesn’t.
Meltio announced a hybrid metal 3D printer with the help of Philips Corporation.
Essentium has signed a letter of intent to acquire 3D print startup Collider.
Diabase Engineering announced a big upgrade for their line of hybrid 3D printing / CNC milling devices with the new H5-400A.
Titan Robotics announced a new 3D printer, the massive Atlas-HS.
Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies has announced a new Manufacturing-as-a-Service subsidiary.
Meltio announced the “Meltio Engine”, a hardware upgrade for CNC equipment to combine additive and subtractive manufacturing capabilities.
Fabrisonic described a very unusual project in which they employed two different 3D printing processes.
I’m reading a newsletter from Diabase Engineering and had a thought about how 3D printing will play out over the long term.
Rocket Crafters has concluded testing of their revolutionary 3D printed hybrid rocket engine.
Austria’s SBI International is marketing a new metal 3D printer, the M3D-P, which uses the WAM 3D printing process to produce large metal parts.
Here’s a look at when it might be necessary to CNC machine a 3D printed part, plus some tips for machining parts after you’ve created them.
Cameron Torti and Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examine the potential supply chain impact of 3D printing in Vietnam.
Multi-material 3D printing and machining is possible on the Diabase Engineering H-Series Machine Tool. It offers 3D printing and several milling options .
We recently caught up with Optomec for a chat about opportunities in the 3D printing industry.
A new style of production is beginning to emerge — hybrid manufacturing — which combines both additive and subtractive techniques. It’s been getting a lot of attention recently, but is hybrid manufacturing worth all the hype?
With hybrid technologies and NASCAR roots, KAM is set to race forward in advanced manufacturing.
We’re looking at yet another unusual 3D printing process, this time from Germany-based Hermle.
3D Systems’ latest major partnership brings a new hybrid machine and a statement about the place of additive in the manufacturing workflow.
Optomec announced a new line of hybrid 3D metal printers, the large format Machine Tool Series of LENS systems.
There are now plenty of 3D metal printers available, and Gerfertec’s is a bit different.
At the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2016, it was clear that 3D printing was no longer a tool for prototyping, but something capable of aiding in the manufacturing process—whether it be the 3D printing of tooling or end products themselves.
I’m viewing a very curious video from Tokyo-based ENOMOTO, who seem to have developed a 3D printer that can print in many directions.