Co Print announced “Series II”, a significant upgrade of their high speed multicolor 3D printing system.
We had a chat with the folks from Co Print to find out the latest on their interesting 3D printer accessories. Co Print is an Istanbul-based company that’s been around for a few years. Their most notable product has been the Co Print Multi-Filament 3D printing module, a device that is able to switch filaments… Continue reading Co Print’s Chromapad: High Speed Multicolor 3D Printing
Our review of Carina’s CMYK resins continues with print results and final thoughts.
We were provided the opportunity to test Carima’s CMYK non-toxic 3D printer resin.
This week’s selection is the detailed 3D model of Vi from Arcane by Magnavis and 3D printed by Barry Webb.
Researchers have developed a unique and very powerful FFF extrusion technology they call “MF3”.
Mosaic Manufacturing announced they’re now shipping their latest hardware, the Palette 3 and Palette 3 Pro.
Stratasys announced the J5 MediJet 3D printer, targeted at the healthcare market.
In a very surprising announcement, Mosaic Manufacturing announced a series of revolutionary products that will utterly transform the company and its clients.
It’s easy to miss, but apparently Prusa Research is to develop a new 3D printer equipped with a “tool changer”.
The 3D Manufacturing Format (3MF) file type is about to go prime-time owing to KeyShot and Stratasys.
I just read a press release from Mosaic Manufacturing announcing a new product: filaments!
SimplyColor3D has now now moved to version 2.0, and it includes a lot more features.
There’s another multi-color 3D printer accessory launching: the Co Print.
New research has demonstrated an inexpensive method of reliably producing different color shades during SLS 3D printing, but will it replace dyeing?
Mosaic Manufacturing has partnered with LulzBot to permit use of the Palette multi-color filament splicer on selected 3D printers.
We tested the Prusa Research MMU2S multi-material 3D printer upgrade kit and learned a great deal about 3D printing. Part 3 deals with troubleshooting and eventual success.
We tested the Prusa Research MMU2S multi-material 3D printer upgrade kit and learned a great deal about 3D printing. Part 2 deals with assembly and initial testing.
We tested the Prusa Research MMU2S multi-material 3D printer upgrade kit and learned a great deal about 3D printing. Part 1 deals with concepts and assembly.
E3D-Online has nearly completed its beta test of an unusual tool-changing 3D printer.
The Make it Real challenge from GrabCAD is open: knick-knacks need not apply.
Mimaki sees a bright, and brightly colored, future for industrial 3D printing.
3D printing medical models offers benefits to patients and those providing their care with highly accurate patient-specific anatomies able to be held, examined, and practiced on.
The world is in full color, and now so is functional 3D printing with Rize’s latest introduction.
A new Kickstarter project offers a means of 3D printing in multiple colors.
Prusa Printers finally released their long-awaited second version of their multmaterial upgrade.
There’s a very simple technique to enable desktop 3D printers to approximate multicolor prints.
Mosaic Manufacturing announced a new cloud-based multi-material software tool for 3D printing, CANVAS.
The curiously-named Something 3D company has figured out a way to actually 3D print color objects with a filament extruder.
Netherlands-based Printr released a new slicing feature for their Formide system that increases the reliability of dual extrusion 3D prints.
Now on Kickstarter, the Metal Delta 3D printer from Blue Eagle Labs offers some very interesting features at a very low price.
Canada-based ORD has been developing plastic mixing technology for some time now and the result is the very unusual RoVa4D Full Color Blender.
This week’s selection is artist Nick Clark’s Project Porygon collection.