You’d think you’re buying a 3D printer to produce objects, be they prototypes or otherwise. But there’s another way to look at the machine: as a vending machine.
Of the many forms of 3D printing processes, resin is one that is seen as advanced – but sometimes there’s a secret issue looming.
For the majority of the thousands of IT office product dealers and resellers in the US, 3D printing is a new technology.
If it hasn’t happened to you yet, it will in the future: prints with not-quite flat bottoms.
Several manufacturers have recently added various remote control features to their personal 3D printer products. Are they really useful?