Having written a couple of stories focusing on belt 3D printers recently, I have some thoughts about their future.
Need to 3D print very long objects at low cost? The PowerBelt3D Zero Infinite 3D printer might be just for you.
What happened to Stratasys’ 3D print demonstration technologies? We examine the Continuous Build 3D Printer, the Robotic Composite and Infinite Build technologies.
Robotfactory announced a higher-temperature version of their infinite 3D printer.
An Italian company has announced another “infinite” 3D printer, and I’m wondering if this approach is going to stick.
I’m looking at a very interesting concept 3D printer from engineer Swaleh Owais.