EPLUS 3D announced the availability of a massive metal 3D printer, the EP-M1250.
Startup company Axtra has developed an unusual hybrid 3D printing process they call “Hybrid Photosynthesis”, or “HPS”.
GE Additive announced the Series 3D binder jet metal 3D printer system yesterday, and it could be a revelation for manufacturers.
If you’re looking for a large scale 3D printer, look no further than Thermwood.
Researchers at Jacobs University in Germany are developing a large format 3D printer.
A 3D printer manufacturer is apparently giving away 3D printers, but there’s a catch.
It seems to me that Prusa Research is gradually moving into professional and industrial 3D printing markets.
A recent industry report from CONTEXT indicates major shifts in 3D printer purchases in 2022.
Roboze has two new 3D printers in their catalog: the One PRO and Plus PRO.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how 3D printing can assist in growing desalinization deployments.
Farsoon announced the FS200Mx2 Metal 3D printer, which includes quite a few very interesting features.
3D Systems announced a new series of industrial 3D printers, the SLA 750.
Epson announced a new 3D printer with an unusual extrusion mechanism.
Sinterit announced a partnership with Forward AM, the AM unit of BASF.
Today I’m looking at KINGS 3D, the largest manufacturer of SLA 3D printers in China.
I spoke with Sindoh and learned they’re undergoing a major transformation.
Researchers have identified a technique for 3D printing sand with great strength.
Stratasys announced new software tools to enable more use of their SAF technology in manufacturing.
Prusa Research and Trilab executives celebrate the acquisition [Source: Prusa Research]
One of the more interesting but less well-known 3D printer manufactures is Sindoh.
Essentium announced the new HSE 240 HT 3D printer.
BMF announced a new microArch 3D printer, the S230.
STPL3D announced a series of industrial SLA 3D printers they call “Indomake”.
The challenges facing SMEs as they enter the 3D printing world are deeper than I had imagined.
Protolabs announced the addition of another giant metal 3D printer.
Shapeways has been gradually transforming over the past few years.
AON3D has introduced a new high-temperature industrial 3D printer, the AON M2+.
Ultimaker announced a new but familiar material for their industrial 3D printing platform: PETG.
Titan Robotics announced a new 3D printer, the massive Atlas-HS.
A new material from FABULOUS has a very interesting property: its blue color.
ZMorph announced a new industrial 3D printer, the i500.
RIZE has released the second deliverable in their RIZIUM alliance, the RIZE 7XC.
Stratasys has a big announcement of some type coming up on April 28th. What could it be about?
I encountered a 3D printer manufacturer I hadn’t heard from before, MINGDA.
Startup Metafold is developing a way to 3D print large objects with highly complex geometries.
3D Systems announced a new industrial 3D printing system designed for the aerospace and automotive industries, the Roadrunner.
Electroimpact offers a continuous carbon fiber manufacturing solution that’s a bit different from other CCF 3D printers.
I’m looking at a report from CONTEXT, who provided some numbers for 3D printer sales in 2020.
Tethon 3D announced a suite of three new and extremely interesting 3D printing resins suitable for industrial use.
This week’s selection is “The Industrial Revolution: A Very Short Introduction” by Robert C. Allen.
The process of “dialing in” optimal 3D print parameters can be challenging, but how is this best done in a rapidly evolving industrial environment?
A relatively quiet announcement from the folks at 3DPrinterOS reveals some very big changes for the company.
Smart International is now a long way from the days of their KODAK Portrait system.
Charles Goulding Jr. examines the possibilities for use of 3D printing in carbon capture equipment.
UK-based RPS announced a new series of industrial 3D printers, the Neo 450 line.
BMF released details today about an industrial 3D printer targeting the micro parts market.
Smart3D International has announced a new 3D printer, the Macro, and it’s intended for use in manufacturing.
When investing in new industrial 3D printing equipment, a common concern is ROI — it turns out that return on investment can be as fast as 90 days.
With the recent spotlight on 3D printing as a result of the pandemic’s bump on supply chains, I listed some ways the technology can help manufacturers.
As the global supply chain is focusing on transitioning for better agility, large-format 3D printing from BigRep offers a few interesting ways to integrate advanced manufacturing throughout operations.
Stacker announced the F1, a desktop 3D printer that is quite a bit smaller than their previous models.
INTAMSYS announced a radically new 3D printer, the FLEX 510, which is able to 3D print flexible objects at very high speeds.
Augmented reality (AR) and 3D printing are coming closer together all the time, now including a smart remote field service solution brought to additive manufacturing through a new alliance.
ExOne’s X1 160PRO metal 3D printer will be used for research and development by institutions.
Thermwood announced a very large-scale 3D printer for manufacturing that includes an enclosure.
ExOne’s X1 160PRO metal 3D printer will be used for research and development by institutions.
3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker announced today what I believe could be a breakthrough sale to a major client, and this could mean a lot more sales.
BigRep hit a huge milestone with the shipment of their 500th 3D printer. We look back on how they got there.
Megan has some thoughts about the use of composite materials in 3D printing.
Researchers seem to have developed a new way to effectively 3D print magnets of similar strength to conventionally made units. What might we do with such a technology?
Stanley Black & Decker is set to acquire Boeing supplier Consolidated Aerospace, possibly increasing additive manufacturing activity.
Shapeways has been gradually transforming their business from what they were to something quite different.
A new survey of large-scale 3D printing operations from Essentium reveals what could be a fatal flaw in the strategies of most major 3D printer manufacturers who hope to move towards production additive manufacturing.
General predictions of the future are easy, mere extensions of existing trends. Here we provide some very specific — and unlikely — predictions for 2020.
Some may wonder why this publication covers both small-scale DIY 3D printing and at the same time large-scale industrial production additive manufacturing. We explain our thinking.
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 had a chat with EOS’ new CEO, Marie Langer in which she described some fundamental changes to the 3D printer manufacturer.
3D Hubs seems to have found its stride after a challenging pivot to new, more profitable markets in industrial 3D printing and manufacturing.
Is it really possible to produce your own 3D printer filaments? 3devo seems to have figured out not only the hardware to do so, but also the process.
What exactly is an “industrial” 3D printer?
CEL-Robox pivots into a new venture, Q5D, that produces 5-axis electrical 3D printing for industry.
Charles Goulding and Steve Kelly of R&D Tax Savers interview ExOne CEO John Hartner for a discussion on industrial 3D printing.
SMARTTECH3D announced a new industrial 3D scanner for quality control, using green LED light in stereo mode.
Need a 3D printer manufacturer providing multiple additive manufacturing processes? One option is SondaSys, which provides six machines using three different processes.
Focus is on Australia as GE Additive has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the New South Wales Government to bring industrial 3D printing capabilities to the new Aerotropolis project.
It’s been infeasible to 3D print large-scale microscopic structures — until now. Researchers developed immersion precipitation 3D printing, or “ip3DP”.
Siemens is leading a 14-partner project focused on a big IDEA: the Industrial implementation of Digital Engineering and Additive manufacturing.
Can flexible filament be used in the 3DGence F340? Indeed it can — it’s announced that Flexfill 98A flexible rubber filament has been certified for use in the F340.
Looking for a silicone 3D printer? The new German RepRap L320 is able to print high-resolution silicone objects in resin for casting and moulding.
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.
Part production is highly effective with Photocentric’s precision Liquid Crystal 3D printers, and could significantly increase throughput for dental applications.
Multi-material 3D printing and machining is possible on the Diabase Engineering H-Series Machine Tool. It offers 3D printing and several milling options .
While we recently reported that carbon fiber 3D printing is still in its early stages, we have also learned that development in the space is quickly progressing.
VSHAPER is readying their powerful 5-axis 3D printer for production.
We had a closer look at MakerGear’s new and powerful 3D printer, the Ultra One, their first industrial machine.
There isn’t an industry on Earth that won’t be touched, and potentially transformed, by the maturation of 3D printing technology. But for this to happen, additive manufacturing has to migrate from the hobbyist’s desktop to factory floors all across the world.
We had a close look at the Xioneer industrial 3D printer.
You may have seen our story last year on Hage’s amazing 5-axis 3D printer, but did you know they offer several other powerful 3D printers?
Kwambio has announced, but not yet released, two new ceramic 3D printers.
You may have not heard of ProtoFab, but they have long experience in 3D printing.
Lugo Labs is a 3D print brand name by Formers Farm.
Product solutions mainstay Jabil introduces its next step forward in industrializing 3D printing: Engineered Materials.
Omni3D’s new Factory 2.0 industrial 3D printer has some powerful features.
The additive manufacturing vision at Siemens is for a cross-industry collaborative future.
Charles Goulding and Tyler Gianchetta of R&D Tax Savers explore pump and impeller applications for industrial 3D printing.