A fascinating new motion system has been developed that just might have an application or two in the 3D print world.
The Plybot 3D Printer’s Most Unusual Motion System
A new Kickstarter project features a 3D printer with the most unusual motion system.
An Unusual 3D Printer Design From Formon
The Formon Core desktop 3D printer includes one of the most unusual motion systems I’ve yet seen.
Are CoreXY 3D Printers Taking Over?
CoreXY is becoming a very popular approach for 3D printer motion systems, but is it the ultimate answer? We list the advantages and disadvantages.
Filament Innovations’ Ball Screw 3D Printing Experiments
What can be used instead of belts in a 3D printer motion system? Filament Innovations is experimenting with a ball screw to enable high-speed and high-temp use.
Folding Paper with 3D Printing
New research shows an interesting approach for producing mechanical paper devices with 3D printing.
Making 4D Prints Using 3D Tech
Researchers have developed a very interesting method of actuating 3D prints.
The Unusual Science of 3D Printed Motion
Researchers at MIT have come up with an ingenious new approach for motion studies using 3D printing.
A Linear Induction Motion System for 3D Printers?
There could be more mysteries to the already mysterious Essentium HSE 3D printer.
What Does “CoreXY” Mean?
When reviewing the specs for 3D printers, you might encounter the term “CoreXY”. What is a “CoreXY” system?