A gigantic hydroelectric dam project in China is to use a radical new form of construction 3D printing.
Brooklyn-based gCreate announced a new professional 3D printer, the gMax 2 PRO.
Bharat Fritz Werner announced a new metal DED 3D printer, the truly massive PHOTON 4000G.
Massivit announced the official launch of a their biggest machine: the huge Massivit 10000 3D printer.
Prusa Research provided a very detailed update on their XL 3D printer development.
This week’s selection is the Life Size Godzilla Print by Reddit contributor Slayde and team.
German innovation company Teu2tec is developing a 3D printer capable of operating underwater.
A paper released last month describes an efficient method for splitting 3D models, enabling 3D printing of large objects on smaller machines.
Thermwood announced they’ve received another 32 patents for additive manufacturing methods, adding to their massive pile.
BigRep announced new versions of their flagship 3D printers, the BigRep ONE and BigRep Pro.
This week’s selection is the Life Size Horse Head by Reddit contributor thepyrodex.
Modix announced a series of convenience and functional features for their line of 3D printers
Formlabs announced two new machines to complement their larger 3D printers.
Norsk Titanium’s MERKE IV metal 3D printer is suitable for large part production.
Today I’m looking at Colossus, a manufacturer of very large format 3D printers.
It is certainly a milestone if you’ve purchased the largest 3D printer on the market, but what if you bought another?
An announcement from GE Renewable energy describes a partnership with voxeljet and Fraunhofer IGCV to efficiently produce wind turbines.
Photocentric has launched a new desktop resin 3D printer, the LC Opus.
How large is the biggest 3D printed structure in North America?
We received an invitation to the grand opening of Massivit’s new “Americas Experience Center”.
Ultimaker announced a significant update for their CC print core.
Roboze announced a new 3D printer, the massive ARGO 1000.
This week’s selection is the Digital Circular Pavilion by studio Spazio Z.
The US army has awarded a contract to a group to construct what will likely be the largest metal 3D printer ever built.
3D printer startup Satori launched their new flagship 3D printer, the VL2800 on Kickstarter today.
AML3D is an Australian startup producing large-format metal 3D printers.
ExOne announced they’ve acquired the assets of Ohio-based Freshmade 3D, meaning they now own AMClad.
Satori is to launch a new “6K” resin 3D printer in coming weeks.
Titan Robotics announced a new 3D printer, the massive Atlas-HS.
Massivit announced a new and very large 3D printer, the Massivit 5000.
RIZE has released the second deliverable in their RIZIUM alliance, the RIZE 7XC.
The latest 3D printing IPO sees Massivit 3D Printing Technologies go public.
Startup Metafold is developing a way to 3D print large objects with highly complex geometries.
Orbex has commissioned what will apparently be the largest industrial 3D printer in Europe.
A new video shows the potential of large-format home 3D printing.
Researchers at Northwestern University have developed an incredible new approach for 3D printing with resin materials.
It’s likely we will see increasingly larger 3D printers in the future.
The first massive 12-laser NXG XII 600 3D printer destined for North America is on its way to Divergent.
UNIZ announced a new consumer-level 3D printer, the IBEE.
SLM Solutions has released a breakthrough metal 3D printer, the massive NXG XII 600.
This week’s selection is the gigantic Loom Light by Titia Ex.
The MAAM program intends to commercialize the world’s largest additive manufacturing machine for the production of large parts to be used in industry and for defense.
News this week sees two companies offering different ways to acquire their 3D printer products.
Australia-based Cultivate3D launched a massive new 3D printer that includes several very unusual features.
This week’s selection is the astonishing Giant Rex Head by Simon Clark.
Peopoly is building upon the phenomenon of its Phenom 3D printer line, today introducing the startlingly large Phenom XXL.
3D printing is in the record books — specifically the Guinness Book of World Records — for some unusual creations.
Titan Robotics announced a new partnership to produce highly effective polypropylene pellets for 3D printing.
There are large 3D printers, and there are larger 3D printers. And then there is CADzilla.
Researchers have developed a way to expand 3D printed objects 40x using foam.
Minnesota-based Protolabs plans on firing up a GE Additive Concept Laser X Line 2000R metal 3D printer late this year, and there’s a good reason why they’re doing so.
Modix announced another large-format 3D printer; the new Big-120Z can 3D print objects 1200mm tall.
Thermwood announced a very large-scale 3D printer for manufacturing that includes an enclosure.
Photocentric has developed a way to produce 40,000 potentially usable ventilator valves per week at their facility.
Modix has upgraded their line of large-format 3D printers to what they call “version 3”. But that version actually includes a huge list of powerful improvements.
We took a closer look at the huge large-format metal 3D printer from ADIRA, the AddCreator.
ADDere’s new Kuka-robot based metal 3D printing system is able to produce extraordinarily large metal objects and rapid speed.
University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center has developed a new and enormous 3D printer that is capable of 3D printing a complete boat that floats!
We had a chat with Amsterdam-based MX3D, who provide metal 3D printing services for large-scale projects, including bicycles and bridges.
What happens to large-format 3D printer manufacturers when any enthusiast can quickly build a similarly large device? We have some ideas.
BigRep has discovered something important for the future of 3D printing, and it could cause many more companies to take a big shift towards eco-friendly products.
3D printing startup Azul has produced a new device that uses the High Area Rapid Printing (HARP) process to 3D print objects at high speed and low cost.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers review the applications of large-scale construction 3D printing.
Shenzhen Kings 3D Printers apparently produces the largest SLA 3D printer available today in China, and now they’re taking it to the rest of the world.
There’s a huge large format 3D printer to be released next year, the massive Modix MAMA 3D printer, which comes at a fantastically low price due to a very unusual approach.
ExOne announced a huge new metal 3D printer, the X1 160PRO, which can provide large-scale metal additive manufacturing capability to industry.
Aurora Labs has shipped their first high-volume metal 3D printer.using the RMT process. What does this mean for the company?
We selected an amazing large 3D print of Picadilly Circus as our design of the week.
Digital Metal’s quiet change to their metal 3D printer might mean a new option for those seeking larger, high-resolution metal 3D prints.
How can 3D scanners really capture large objects? Artec 3D has come up with a remote app that for the first time allows this to happen.
3D printing is severely constrained today, but a new initiative called OpenFab hopes to break processing barriers to allow very complex multi-material 3D prints in the future.
Need a complex large object 3D printed? One option is startup Ai Build, which offers a 3D printing service for complex geometries using AI and cloud processing.
How can you 3D print in remote locations? One option is Millebot, which produces a line of 3D printers and manufacturing machines based on standard shipping containers.
3D Systems and the US Army have signed a $15 million contract to develop the “largest, fastest, most precise” metal 3D printer yet.
Looking for a high-temperature material 3D printer? The AON-M2 is able to 3D print high-temp materials such as PEEK, ULTEM, PEKK, PC and even LEXAN.
Part production is highly effective with Photocentric’s precision Liquid Crystal 3D printers, and could significantly increase throughput for dental applications.
We had a chat with Maria Fatialofa of RPS about their NEO 800 3D printer.
3D Platform has produced a rather large 3D printer, the WorkCenter 500, and we had a close look at it.
A brand new company has entered the large-format 3D printing market: Compound Dynamics.
The largest 3D print I’ve ever seen was produced by Thermwood.
LuBan is a software tool to greatly assist when a very large 3D print is required.
Titan Robotics is introducing its new Dual Pellet Extruder Atlas-H 3D printing system.
Australia-based Aurora Labs has performed a complex test of their new parallel metal 3D printing process.
FELIXprinters announced a pair of new professional 3D printers, the Pro L and XL.
This is an entry in our 3D Print Learning Series, focusing on 3D print concepts.
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?
We’re looking at the Saturn Large-Format 3D Printer today.
I’m reading a press release from Massivit describing a notable machine sale, and had a thought about choosing 3D printers.
Global chemistry giant SABIC shares a look into its strategic focus in 3D printing.
We got inside – literally – the enormous Super Discovery large-format 3D printer.
Last week BigRep announced a series of new machines, but what caught my interest most was their MXT extruder.
BigRep has announced two new MXT-powered industrial 3D printers: the PRO and EDGE.
An operation in Australia claims to have Australia’s largest 3D printer, and we think they are right.
Another day, another 3D printing partnership from BASF.
We have not yet seen the Northworks 600x 3D printer, but it seems to be an amazing machine.