Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Sinterit announced a new SLS 3D printer, the Lisa X.
Farsoon announced the first results of a collobartion with chemical company Evonik.
Formlabs announced a new nylon material for their Fuse 1 system, Nylon 11.
Recently I had the opportunity to take a closer look at Formlabs’ recently released FUSE 1 SLS 3D printer.
One of MakerBot’s clients demonstrated a very unusual method of using 3D printing.
Recently I’ve seen several projects using 3D printing to produce highly advanced antennae, and this is likely to be a significant application in the future.
At long last, Formlabs has released the Fuse 1, their production SLS 3D printer.
MakerBot announced the availability of a new nylon carbon fiber material for their METHOD series of 3D printers.
Stratasys issued an interesting press release where they describe their activities inside of GM.
UK’s Hexr introduces £299 helmet made from castor bean oil.
3D printing and manufacturing service Sculpteo and its parent, BASF, announced three new industrial materials.
Fabbaloo friend Tuan Tranpham issued a list of 3D printing trends he’s perceived — but are they really true?
Czech researchers have produced a certified design for an N95-style respirator that can be quickly produced on several HP MJF 3D printers.
Sonda SYS manufactures an industrial 3D printer with an interesting feature twist.
Essentium enters the high-temperature 3D printing business by introducing the HSE 180•S machine and high temp materials including nylon and PEEK.
Farsoon completed customer beta-testing of their powerful HT1001P CAMS nylon 3D printing production system, which can 3D print continuously.
Poland-based Sinterit now offers their low-cost nylon SLS 3D printer directly to clients in the US, including regional service and training.
What options are available for 3D print materials containing long reinforcing fibers?
Kodak just announced two unusual engineering filaments for the Kodak Portrait 3D Printer, as well as a surprise hot end feature.
Need a 3D printer manufacturer providing multiple additive manufacturing processes? One option is SondaSys, which provides six machines using three different processes.
3D Platform has produced a rather large 3D printer, the WorkCenter 500, and we had a close look at it.
Anisoprint announced an arrangement that should make their continuous carbon fiber 3D printer even better.
This is part 4 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
This is part 3 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
This is part 2 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
This is part 1 of a 4 part series reviewing the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
I’m watching some interesting videos from Sinterit about their materials.
Sinterit announced a number of changes for their operating software.
Fiberthree is a German company producing several 3D printing products, but focusing mainly on materials.
ORNL Researchers have found a way to 3D print lignin.
We learned that Formlabs has delayed the release of their highly anticipated Fuse 1 SLS 3D printer.
Spain-based Advanced Production Tools S.A produces a line of powerful industrial 3D printers under the name Dynamical Tools.
Sinterit announced a new material they call, “Flexa White”.
Sinterit announced a new PA11-based powder material for their SLS equipment.
The latest news from voxeljet suggests the company is going full power towards a thermoplastic strategy.
Stratasys developed a way for more of their clients to access high-end carbon fiber 3D printing.
3D printing offers tremendous advantages, but we don’t mention them as often as we should.
Sinterit announced a larger SLS 3D printer, the Lisa 2.
Sonda Sys’s SL 01 3D printer is a lower cost industrial 3D printer.
3D print reseller MatterHackers announced a new bundle featuring a more advanced device, the Pulse XE.
AON3D is a Montreal-based company manufacturing an incredible industrial 3D printer.
You couldn’t get a company farther from its roots than Formlabs has progressed.
There seems to be another big success on Kickstarter: the VIT SLS 3D printer from Natural Robotics.
HP today made some interesting announcements that tell us quite a bit about their long term strategy, which just might work. HP is like the elephant in the room within the industry. They’re really big – financially. When they move, it’s important. While they are quite a bit smaller than the existing players in the… Continue reading There Really Could Be Something To HP’s Long Term Strategy
3D Systems, whose stock price recently took a tumble, came back with a series of very interesting 3D printing announcements.
A surprise press release from Sinterit details a rather shocking price drop.
3D printer manufacturer Markforged has introduced a couple of new machines that alters their product lineup considerably.
The trend towards professional desktop 3D printing continues with another materials announcement.
Polymaker is a well-known provider of high quality filament in many different materials and formats, but they’re also becoming known for their associated hardware products.
Surprise! Formlabs has suddenly announced a new 3D printer, and it’s entirely different from anything they’ve previously produced.
I’m wondering if there is a product category being ignored by some 3D printer buyers.
To most people, the name “Ricoh” means photocopiers or cameras. Now, the company is hoping that same name will also mean “3D printing”.
Is it nylon 3D printer filament or PLA. Actually, this product is both!
If you’re seeking a way to 3D print complex structures in nylon, there are a few choices, but one of the least expensive is Sintratec’s 3D printer kit.
NinjaTek is most well known for their flexible filament, NinjaFlex, but two new products might change that notion.
Looking for a low-cost SLS 3D printer? You might want to check out the Sinterit Lisa.
We first saw the MarkForged desktop 3D printer in San Diego 2014, where it surprised everyone with its ability to print carbon fiber. Two years later they’ve released the Mark Two.
3D printing community network announced a new offering focused on industrial 3D printing capabilities in 37 cities.
Poland-based Sinterit is set to announce the Lisa, a low-cost sintering 3D printer.
A European company has produced a hybrid nylon-carbon fiber filament that could shake things up.
Remember those fellows building a new lower-cost laser-sintering 3D printer? They’ve been quite busy working on Sinterit.
Spain-based MyMat Solutions is working on a new type of nylon specifically for 3D printing.
Our first look at the Mark One carbon fiber 3D printer was many month ago. Since then, they’ve improved it significantly.
Airwolf introduced the AW3D HDx personal 3D printer that “prints engineer-grade materials”.
The 2BEIGH3 is a 3D printer – but it’s also a CNC machine. This unique (and experimental) design permits both functions within the same device by undergoing a 1 hour conversion process. For those wanting both kinds of machine, this could be your answer. Normally we’d provide the specs for a 3D printer, but… Continue reading The 2BEIGH3 3D Printer Prints Nylon