Photocentric has teamed up with CoreTechnologie to supercharge creation of 3D models for their printers.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Photocentric has launched a new desktop resin 3D printer, the LC Opus.
Daylight resin is a rare sight in the world of 3D printing today, but could it become more popular?
In the spring several 3D printer manufacturers set up “pop up” factories to rapidly produce PPE for the pandemic. But what happens afterwards?
It’s 2020, one of the worst years, ever. Business is down everywhere, but is this really true in 3D printing?
Along with loss and grief, the pandemic has caused a great deal of change. One of those changes has been in 3D printing.
The emergence of 3D printing as a manufacturing solution during the COVID-19 crisis now implies bold actions be taken.
After seeing 3D printer companies make fundamental transformations in their business models, I’m wondering if this is a trend.
Photopolymer resin and 3D printer manufacturer Photocentric is undergoing a transformation, as many 3D printer manufacturers are doing these days.
Photocentric has increased their 3D printed valve production rate by 10X using some interesting methods.
Photocentric has developed a way to produce 40,000 potentially usable ventilator valves per week at their facility.
A reader asks about the type of resins required for a specific 3D printer, and we uncovered a solution.
Photocentric’s growth strategy includes working directly with manufacturing clients to obtain feedback on their engineering resins.
Part production is highly effective with Photocentric’s precision Liquid Crystal 3D printers, and could significantly increase throughput for dental applications.
We recently spoke with Photocentric about their upcoming new resin-based 3D printers.
Another day, another 3D printing partnership from BASF.
You’d think a manufacturer of liquid photo-polymer resins would know much about 3D printing with resins, and this company certainly does.