We just completed the epic Formnext exhibition and have some thoughts.
I had a chat with Luke Taylor of Polymaker about the latest developments from the company.
We’ve learned a lot more about Helio Additive, a new startup company.
This week Polymaker announced a partnership with AMESOS to developed what they call “FFF 2.0”, a high speed 3D printing process and associated 3D printer.
Polymaker’s latest innovation isn’t in thermoplastic chemistry, but is instead in packaging.
This week’s selection is the Digital Circular Pavilion by studio Spazio Z.
Polymaker announced a very intriguing new 3D print material called “PolyTerra”.
I’m reading an interesting case study from Teton Simulation that illustrates an often-ignored fact of 3D printing: everything must work.
News this week sees two companies offering different ways to acquire their 3D printer products.
An announcement from Polymaker and MakerBot underlines the increasing importance of partnerships for 3D print materials.
Polymaker and Covestro announced a new approach for producing 3D printed textiles, and there are huge implications.
MakerBot’s new experimental extruder allows the use of open materials, and can achieve superior 3D print results.
We had a close look at an electric Superbike, the Saroléa N60, which can accelerate at unearthly rates, and prototyped using Polymaker materials.
Polymaker announced a series of new materials, and offered some dramatic demonstrations of their capabilities.
Polymaker’s new distribution deal should vastly expand their reach.