Formlabs announced two new and interesting resin materials and SLS packaging.
I took a look at Open Additive’s new Panda 2.0 metal 3D printer.
Stratasys made a bundle of announcements this week, mostly regarding materials, but also a very key partnership.
Sinterit has updated their 3D print job preparation software with a powerful feature.
We caught up recently with Open Additive for a look into how they plan to open up metal additive manufacturing with an affordable, open platform.
Nexa3D has announced a materials partnership with Henkel.
MakerBot’s new experimental extruder allows the use of open materials, and can achieve superior 3D print results.
FELIXprinters has released a new bioprinter, the FELIX BIOprinter, which is quite a change for the long-time 3D printer manufacturer.
A new survey of large-scale 3D printing operations from Essentium reveals what could be a fatal flaw in the strategies of most major 3D printer manufacturers who hope to move towards production additive manufacturing.
Sharebot has taken a big step into the world of metal 3D printing with the introduction of their new MetalONE metal 3D printer, which is designed for R&D use.
Need a 3D printer manufacturer providing multiple additive manufacturing processes? One option is SondaSys, which provides six machines using three different processes.
Own a DP200 and want to print any material? Find out if Sindoh will ever offer a firmware upgrade to allow use of open materials and avoid requiring cartridges.
Origin has finally revealed their mysterious 3D printer: The Origin One.
We caught up with Fortify CEO Josh Martin for a chat about high-strength composite-based 3D printing.
Open material platforms represent an increasingly winning approach in 3D printing.
Fortify and DSM are developing high-performance composite 3D printing materials for structural parts.
Today, Jabil Engineered Materials debuts; we spoke with two executives to find out why the move is promising for the 3D printing industry.
Product solutions mainstay Jabil introduces its next step forward in industrializing 3D printing: Engineered Materials.
I’m looking at a 3D printing startup that recently emerged from stealth mode, Origin.