I’ve learned of another advantage to manufacturing using 3D printing that I hadn’t considered.
3DQue announced a new service, AutoPrint3D, which provides the software necessary to drive continuous 3D printing.
A most interesting 3D printer experiment could show how desktop 3D printers may work in the future.
There’s always been a divide between the world of part production and the world of prototyping, but in recent times the gap between them is closing.
Peopoly announced a new, large resin 3D printer the “Phenom Forge” targeted at low volume production environments.
This week’s selection is the Wavy Lamp by Wooj Design.
Startup AM company Evolve Additive has now shipped its first commercial STEP system.
A chef has realized another way to apply 3D print technology: plating.
While additive companies have been touting the capabilities of 3D printing in manufacturing, can it really compare to true manufacturing?
Desktop Metal’s mid-volume metal 3D printing offering, the Shop System, is now shipping globally.
I had a thought about how belt 3D printing might play out in the future.
The world is about to see a deluge of belt 3D printers but can they be economically used for low-volume manufacturing?
Could aftermarket parts be a niche application for 3D printing? I think it has huge potential.
We gave Ricoh’s new instant quote option for their 3D print services a test and were quite surprised with the result.
Zortrax unexpectedly announced a new 3D print service. We have several ideas why the 3D printer manufacturer turned to this unusual strategy.
Shapeways has been gradually transforming their business from what they were to something quite different.
Desktop Metal announced a new low-cost binder jet metal 3D printer for metal workshops, including high resolution capability and integrated end-to-end part production.
Traditional manufacturing is a well understood major global industry. But will it be replaced by additive manufacturing? We do some analysis.
Why does FORECAST 3D have so many HP MJF 3D printers? There is a very good reason, and it has to do with volume production capacity.
Looking to manufacture very tiny parts? Nanofabrica has a 3D printing system using DLP that can produce objects with incredibly small resolution of 1.9 microns.
3D printer longevity.
This week we are going to see for the first time 3DQue’s revolutionary way to implement low-volume production using 3D printing.
Engineers from Michigan Technological University and re:3D propose funding makerspaces and FabLabs through 3D printing of commercial objects, but I have some serious concerns about the concept’s viability.
Raise3D has launched a manufacturing survey to assist in their future strategies.
I’m looking at a pair of very unusual 3D printers from Pollen.
Today we’re looking at a new entrant to the low-volume manufacturing space, MakerFleet.