Materialise has published their thoughts on 3D printing trends in 2024, and they’re quite revealing.
I’ve been thinking about Bambu Lab’s latest 3D printer announcement, and there are several important implications.
Creality just rolled out their new Ender-3 V3 SE, promising an easier 3D printing experience for novices.
We have consumer-level filament and resin 3D printers, why don’t we have consumer SLS 3D printers?
There’s often said to be a “race to the bottom” with desktop 3D printers. What happens when we get there?
Shining 3D announced a new and very affordable handheld 3D scanner, the Einstar.
Xact Metal is shifting their focus towards commercialization.
The year 2021 has ended, and it’s time to look back to see what happened in 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing.
A new company, Palitra, hopes to provide practical and affordable full color 3D printing technology to the market.
Sinterit has revealed more details about their upcoming NILS 480 SLS 3D printer, which could shake up the SLS market.
Dassault Systèmes announced a new low-cost SOLIDWORKS offer for makers.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: print results.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: setup and printing.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: features and unpacking.
Today’s ultra-low cost 3D printers are a far cry from their predecessors.
ANYCUBIC announced a brand-new desktop 3D printer, the Vyper, and it has an attractive price-performance ratio.
A manufacturer has discovered the possibilities enabled by low-cost SLS 3D printing.
Sinterit announced the availability of a new polypropylene material for their low-cost, compact SLS 3D printers.
A browse of Creality’s online shop revealed their famous Ender 3 desktop 3D printer can now be had for only US$155.
A mysterious video trailer suggests a new, inexpensive LulzBot 3D printer could be soon on the market.
Dassault Systèmes announced some changes to SOLIDWORKS pricing that will be of interest to both students and makers.
Sometimes “field testing” is very literal, as Argonne National Laboratory’s recent work with a 3D printed weather station highlights.
Many Fabbaloo readers consume a lot of 3D printer materials, and that can be expensive. But there are ways to reduce costs.
The 3DFORT is an ultra-low-cost desktop 3D printer on Kickstarter. We have some thoughts on this development.
Stratasys launched an unusual marketing campaign that for the first time targets users of low-cost alternative 3D printing equipment. Why did they do this?
XACT Metal’s low-cost, accessible 3D printer has become popular in a very specific market. We spoke to CEO Juan Mario Gomez to find out which one.
Is a low-cost, actually functional 3D printer possible? It may be so with Makertech 3D’s new Axis 3D printer, which sports many features normally found on higher-priced gear.
Additec’s new μPrinter allows parts to be 3D printed in both powder and wire in the same system.
In a surprise announcement, Carbon reduced the price of three of their most popular 3D print resins.