Researchers have developed a method for 3D printing flower jellies.
AddiFab has produced a new 3D printing process that can bridge the gap between 3D printers and injection molding.
We caught up with 3DEO last week and discovered they have reached a significant milestone.
“It’s kind of basic,” says AddiFab Inc. CEO Carsten Jarfelt, “we combine the freedom of 3D printing with the known, credible, repeatable benefits of injection molding.”
In this modern age of everything-looks-the-same DIY furniture, it makes sense that some people want to make something unique to stand out from their friends’ IKEA apartment fixtures.
Product and prototype: productype. The freedoms of 3D printing with the volumes of injection molding. AddiFab promises these and more.
Fictiv has raised a huge US$33M.
Carbon announced additional partnerships recently, but it seems to be a part of a larger strategy for business expansion.
One 3D printer we’ve been awaiting for almost a year is the fascinating Orchid concept from startup Collider.
When I last spoke to Graham Bredemeyer over a year ago, he told me that he was developing a unique 3D printer platform in his own apartment in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
An entirely new desktop 3D printer designed for engineering use, specifically for injection molds, has been announced today by Avante Technology.
In a very tiny booth on the left side of the FormNext exhibition was a display from a one-person company that just may have figured out a monstrous breakthrough in 3D printing.
Yet another interesting 3D printer filament has been announced by Avante Technology: Injection Molding Grade Filament.
Avante Technology has been experimenting with producing effective 3D printed injection molds and apparently has achieved some success.
Readers of this blog are by definition interested in 3D printing, but there are other ways to manufacture objects. One of them worth considering is injection molding.