Clinging to outdated ideas about additive manufacturing puts you behind. Here are 5 3D printing myths worth busting.
There’s a new 3D printed product on the market: an airless basketball.
A small milestone in additive manufacturing was achieved by Siemens Energy this week.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss one of LEGO’s newest product lines.
Freemelt has ventured into production metal 3D printers.
I spoke with Tritone and caught up with their latest developments.
Charles R. Goulding reviews a new book on lean robotics, where 3D printing can take a lead role.
French startup 4D Pioneers offers two interesting hybrid 3D printers that have unusual capabilities.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss 3M Technologies’ robust economic performance in the third quarter.
3devo introduced two new advanced filament production machines, the TWO Fusion and TWO High Flow.
Microfactory has developed a very unusual resin 3D printing system that should be completely safe for operators.
D3 is a new company producing an unusual industrial ceramic 3D printer, the Lab II.
Raise3D made a surprise announcement: they have a new 3D printer with a completely different printing process.
Create It REAL has developed an incredibly simple method of continuous 3D printing.
Stratasys unveiled a new FDM 3D printer targeted at industrial buyers.
Elegoo surprised everyone with their launch of a massive industrial 3D printer.
Seurat Technologies announced a truly massive funding raise from a set of very intriguing investors.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how 3D printing technology and new policies can address recent economic concerns in Germany.
What would be the key things to look for when choosing a desktop 3D printer for series production?
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss SharkNinja’s ongoing and potential 3D printing activities and opportunities.
At long last, Mosaic Manufacturing finally released their sophisticated Array / Element system.
Bright Laser Technologies has introduced a massive metal 3D printer that uses an astonishing 20 lasers.
Farsoon introduced two production 3D printers, one for metal, and one for polymers.
Kings announced a new pellet-powered industrial 3D printer.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi remark on Philips’ transformation into a healthcare-focused company how its engagement in 3D printing activities can help.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss how Stellantis Group is embracing 3D printing technology.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explore the driving factors of the auto de-production model and how 3D printing can enhance this concept.
Solukon announced an interesting powder collection unit.
Meltio announced an interesting product that should make it easier to use their DED 3D printing technology.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss how US states are bolstering new federal clean energy and chips incentives with incentives of their own.
MX3D announced today a new large robotic system for 3D printing metal parts.
Want to transform your Prusa 3D printer into a mini-factory? Enter “JobOx”.
A new partnership has resulted in a significant optimization of powder-based 3D printing.
Velo3D is one of the leading providers of metal additive manufacturing equipment, and we caught up with them recently.
Making your own filament is easy. Isn’t it?
Photocentric has been moving forward with a number of initiatives.
Evolve Additive continues to make progress with their unusual STEP 3D printing process.
HP expands their unusual packaging solution with a new client.
If you think cleaning and smoothing 3D prints is easy, think again, and take a look at AM Solutions’ technology.
Lithoz seems to be on a roll, expanding in several directions.
A new alliance of providers could provide an easier way to develop and produce 3D printed medical implants.
HP seems to be developing a robotic assist solution for their MJF 3D printing systems.
We recently had a conversation with Max Lobovsky, the founder of Formlabs, concerning the company’s latest advances.
We spoke with the leaders of Impossible Objects and learned that they have big plans for the future.
What are the giveaways that tell you a company is “smart”?
3Dgence’s latest innovation is a way to intelligently dry material.
“Protoduction” initiative delivers extra large batches of hanger components for Adhesive Technology’s epoxy tubes
Inkbit, it seems, has firmly etched its name in its very own 3D print application niche.
Sintratec has two interesting news items: a modular production system and an ability to print metal 3D objects using SLS 3D printing.
AM-Flow showcased an intriguing bagging system for 3D printed parts.
Stratasys has announced a significant upgrade for their GrabCAD 3D print job preparation tool.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at submarine production possibilities with 3D printing technology.
Seurat landed a truly massive 3D printing partnership.
Impossible Objects has announced a new 3D printer, the CBAM 25, which prints at an incredible speed.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi believe there is a key role for 3D printing in the Ukraine conflict.
A recent story in The Guardian regarding the state of 3D printing is generating some controversy.
I had a chat with the nice folks from Mosaic Manufacturing to learn more about their latest endeavors.
Hexagon released an interesting new platform that may be of interest to companies using additive manufacturing.
With a roster of engineers from innovation hotbeds such as SpaceX, Tesla and Apple, Freeform Future Corp. is looking to print big and print often.
3D Systems announced a very interesting jewelry 3D printer, the ProJet MJP 2500W.
ALD Vacuum Technologies has introduced a massive metal 3D printer, the “EBuild”.
We had a chat with Additive Industries recently, and learned more about the metal 3D printer manufacturer.
Mass Portal has a belt 3D printer!
A company you may not have heard of is Holo.
I had an interesting conversation with AddiFab recently, and it pointed out what might be a new trend in 3D printing.
What’s up with MX3D? We had a chat with them.
Yizumi’s SpaceA industrial 3D printer combines several technologies into an interesting package.
Formlabs today announced an automated manufacturing system that leverages their 3D print technology.
Fortify has been developing new and quite interesting 3D printable materials.
I had a look at Loop 3D’s new Loop Pro X+ 3D printer.
One 3D printer does not fill all application needs, and that’s demonstrated by Lithoz’s product set.
Global manufacturing has reached an inflection point.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of 3D printing in the battle against myopia.
I’m looking at a new solution from Solukon that can automatically depowder 3D prints.
If you’re looking for a large scale 3D printer, look no further than Thermwood.
Azul 3D offers a rare combination: continuous 3D printing not only within a job, but between jobs.
With additive manufacturing evolving so rapidly, it’s challenging to keep track of the latest emerging technologies.
A 3D printer manufacturer is apparently giving away 3D printers, but there’s a catch.
3D Systems made a very interesting corporate move this week by acquiring dp polar.
A most interesting 3D printer experiment could show how desktop 3D printers may work in the future.
I had a chat with XJET’s Dror Danai about the company’s strategy.
I had a look at the latest from Tritone.
As the manufacturing world continues to evolve, additive manufacturing offers solutions to achieve sustainable manufacturing.
The International Manufacturing Technology Show, IMTS, has become a primary AM destination.
AMT is secretly working on metal post processing equipment.
We were able to take a closer look at Inkbit’s new 3D print production system.
Our look at Pantheon Design’s incredible HS3 continues with operations, materials, software and our final thoughts. This is part two of a two part series, please read part one. Pantheon HS3 Operations Operating the HS3, or at least our pre-production unit, was identical to operating any Duet-equipped 3D printer. The web interface was quite detailed,… Continue reading Hands On With The Pantheon HS3 High Speed 3D Printer, Part 2
We’ve just finished testing the Pantheon HS3, and wow, what a 3D printer!
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how Stanley Black & Decker have made use of Desktop Metal’s new 3D print technology.
I had a long chat with Ángel Llavero, CEO of Meltio about their unique metal 3D printing process.
You can now use BigRep FLOW to quickly create tooling for factories with no CAD experience.
Admatec announced a new furnace that could enable their clients to take on additional production of 3D printed ceramics.
There’s always been a divide between the world of part production and the world of prototyping, but in recent times the gap between them is closing.
Peopoly announced a new, large resin 3D printer the “Phenom Forge” targeted at low volume production environments.