I saw a huge metal 3D printer that apparently only prints shoes.
Massivit announced the official launch of a their biggest machine: the huge Massivit 10000 3D printer.
Massivit announced a new process called “Cast In Motion” that simplifies composites tooling
This week’s selection is the Collapsible Silicone Container by YouTuber Eric Strebel.
BigRep announced a step into an entirely new field for the company: construction 3D printing.
“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.”
I’m reading about a very unusual technique for 3D printed casting that involves two soluble support materials.
I’m reading about how NASA has been using 3D printing on their giant SLS rocket, and noticed they were using a technique we have not written about previously.
Product and prototype: productype. The freedoms of 3D printing with the volumes of injection molding. AddiFab promises these and more.
Melissa Ng’s stunning Phoenix Gauntlets are inspired by 15th century armor and brought to new fashionable life with 3D printed jacket molds.
EnvisionTEC’s subsidiary Viridis3D has been developing a unique system for 3D printing sand molds for use in foundries.
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.
Industrial 3D printer manufacturer EOS has partnered with GF Machining Solutions, and we think the results could be quite interesting.
Stratasys Ltd. and the Italian division Unilever have announced that they’ve cut lead times for prototype parts by 40%
A new Kickstarter project has launched the RotoMAAK, a rotational casting machine. But what does this have to do with 3D printing?
Most 3D printers produce objects in a very limited set of materials, typically only one or two. But what if there was a way to make items from many kinds of materials? That’s exactly what you can do by combining your 3D printer with ComposiMold, a system for making molds. ComposiMold is a reusable… Continue reading Are You Ready To Mold 3D Prints?
Those researchers at the University of Washington took a break from casting ceramics, glass and other inedible substances to experiment instead with more tasty material using “food friendly molds”. Unfortunately their choice for shape was, um, themselves! They carefully captured full-body scans using a Microsoft Kinect and designed a negative mold and 3D printed… Continue reading Open3DP Gets Gummi
We’ve seen some incredibly fine 3D prints emerge from the Form 1 resin-based 3D printer and now Formlabs has shown another use of their fascinating device: mold making. We think the Form 1 would be a tremendous machine for mold making. Why? Because its fine detail provides a big advantage over traditional plastic extrusion… Continue reading The Form 1 Forms Molds, Too