We’ve been tipped that Italy-based Lumi Industries is developing a very high resolution, but tiny, resin 3D printer they call the PicoFAB.
There is a new option for those wishing to build their own 3D printer: Lumi Industries released open source plans for a resin 3D printer, the LumiBEE.
The new LumiCUBE from Lumi Industries is a very sophisticated resin 3D printer that contains a surprising new feature.
Lumi Industries’ Text to Braille Converter is a heartening use of open source software.
Lumi Industries and Robotfactory remind us that the maker spirit endures in 3D printing even as the technology industrializes.
Lumi Industries is set to release a new desktop 3D printer.
Remember Lumi Industries? They developed the Lumifold compact resin 3D printer. Now they’re working on something even stranger: a 3D printer concept that uses a tablet.
Lumia Industries successfully launched their LumiPocket high resolution 3D printer a while ago, but now it’s moved into the “In Demand” phase.