Once costly and full of limitations, fused granular fabrication (FGF) advancements are making it a viable 3D printing method for various materials, including foaming materials.
Do you know what a nurdle is?
Today I’m looking at Colossus, a manufacturer of very large format 3D printers.
3DEVO announced an unusual accessory for their thermoplastic recycling system, the GP20 Hybrid Shredder/Granulator.
Did you ever wonder where the colors in 3D printer filament originate?
3DEVO announced a new purge material that seems to have a lot of advantages, but what’s this all about?
Titan Robotics beefed up their production 3D printing offerings with a new partnership with Jabil.
Titan Robotics announced a new partnership to produce highly effective polypropylene pellets for 3D printing.
Royal DSM has partnered with another 3D printer manufacturer, JuggerBot 3D, to develop pellet 3D printers.
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.
3DEVO is opening an office in the USA to market their desktop filament maker, and this is a significant milestone for the company and the 3D printing industry.
There’s a huge large format 3D printer to be released next year, the massive Modix MAMA 3D printer, which comes at a fantastically low price due to a very unusual approach.
Is it really possible to produce your own 3D printer filaments? 3devo seems to have figured out not only the hardware to do so, but also the process.
The largest 3D print I’ve ever seen was produced by Thermwood.
Titan Robotics is introducing its new Dual Pellet Extruder Atlas-H 3D printing system.
I’m looking at a pair of very unusual 3D printers from Pollen.
Over the years there have been several desktop 3D printer filament extruders, and almost all have failed.
Dyze Design showed us their new products.
Cosine Additive is one of the few 3D printer companies that produces large-format devices.
Pellets are slowly becoming a more popular 3D printing material, but there is one surprising reason this is so.
3D Platform makes them big, and this is no exception.
A company has introduced an attachment for desktop 3D printers to use pellets instead of filament.
The new wave of 3D metal printing continues, and one of the most interesting players is Germany-based AIM3D.
Titan Robotics announced plans to incorporate a pellet-fueled extruder on their massive Atlas 3D printer.
Today there are hundreds, if not thousands, of companies operating across the 3D printing industry, all motivated by the potential of additive technologies and/or the commercial opportunities that they offer.
A couple of months ago we wrote of Sculptify’s new plastic pellet-fueled personal 3D printer, the “David”. Now that it’s launched, we checked to see how well it’s doing.
Sculptify has been hinting at something big for a while now, but they’ve now released some details on their new 3D printer that comes with a twist.