Kumovis announced a new workflow for the production of certified medical products.
I spoke with Roboze CEO Alessio Lorusso recently and found out the current state of the Italian manufacturer of high-temperature 3D printers.
A 3D printed electrical circuit by Zortrax is set to take off on a unique wooden satellite.
Roboze announced a new 3D printer, the massive ARGO 1000.
Evonik announced a new PEEK material that could be used for new healthcare applications.
Evonik announced a new material, and I had a thought while reading through their announcement.
A partly 3D printed research satellite will test the envelope of 3D printed technology.
Zortrax worked with the European Space Agency to successfully 3D print and test a conductive high-temperature material.
This week’s question is about the availability of ceramic PEEK 3D printing filament.
There’s one filament that appears to have the highest-temperature resistance of them all: EXTEM AMHH811F.
In the last 2-3 years there has been a dramatic rise in high-temperature 3D printing, but what are the materials for this type of printing?
INTAMSYS announced a partnership with Victrex to allow use of a newly designed PAEK 3D printer filament in their high-temperature equipment.
A question being asked is whether a plastic 3D printed part could replace a metal part, and the answer is increasingly, “Yes!”
INTAMSYS has worked with researchers to develop an interesting hybrid 3D printing / laser-scribing process that can be used in a variety of unusual sensors.
WASP has modified their popular Delta 2040 3D printer to enable 3D printing of high temperature materials like PEEK. But there’s another surprise, too.
Anisoprint has developed a new high temperature 3D printer that can also 3D print continuous carbon fiber. We found out how it works.
ROBOZE introduced a mid-sized industrial 3D printer for high temperature materials including PEEK and ULTEM, the ARGO 350.
INTAMSYS presented its latest cutting-edge 3D printer, the FUNMAT PRO 610 HT at Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt, the first time seen publicly in Europe.
Essentium enters the high-temperature 3D printing business by introducing the HSE 180•S machine and high temp materials including nylon and PEEK.
ROBOZE announced an interesting deal for advanced 3D printing materials with SOLVAY to provide access to high temperature PEEK and carbon fiber filaments.
3DGence announced a new, large-format high temperature industrial 3D printer, the INDUSTRY F420, which is capable of 3D printing in PEEK and ULTEM materials.
Options for high-temperature 3D printing support material are rare. A reader found another support filament usable with some engineering materials.
A new medical-focused 3D printer integrates clean room technology.
Looking for a high-temperature material 3D printer? The AON-M2 is able to 3D print high-temp materials such as PEEK, ULTEM, PEKK, PC and even LEXAN.
3DGence announced a new accessory for their popular INDUSTRY F340 professional 3D printer that provides for high flow rates.
A partnership between Solvay and Aerosint could lead to high-temperature SLS 3D printing.
If you’re thinking about 3D printing in high-temperature materials you might want to look at the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 410.
If you’re seeking a very high-temperature 3D printer, you might want to look at the GEWO 3D HTP 260.
Global advanced materials and specialty chemicals company Solvay is increasing its focus on 3D printing with new introductions and much more in the works.
Finland-based miniFactory Oy Ltd announced their latest 3D printer, the miniFactory Ultra.
AON3D is a Montreal-based company manufacturing an incredible industrial 3D printer.
There are several high-temperature 3D printers emerging, and one is 3DGENCE’s F340.
An Ohio startup offers a very powerful professional 3D printer, the Juggerbot line.
Finnish MiniFactory announced the Innovator 2 professional desktop 3D printer.
Shanghai-based INTAMSYS produces several 3D printers, but one of particular interest is the FUNMAT HT 3D printer.
I’m looking at Avero Labs’s collection of unusual 3D print materials today.
I’m looking at the results of an experiment done by 3devo to extrude PEEK plastic into usable 3D printer filament.
Germany-based Indmatec is developing a powerful new high-temperature desktop 3D printer for advanced prototyping.
INDMATEC has developed a method of 3D printing PEEK plastic, and they could be the only one that can, at least as a commercial product.