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.
Nexa3D announced a very interesting partnership with Addifab that should supercharge the injection molding industry.
Epson announced a new 3D printer with an unusual extrusion mechanism.
3D print startup OPT landed a huge US$15M investment.
Desktop Metal announced the first shipment of their Production system to a client, opening the door for significant changes.
A German-Ukrainian startup has developed a new system for not only 3D printing, but multifunction manufacturing.
AM Ventures announced an investment in startup Scrona AG. But what’s so important about this company?
There are many companies now using additive manufacturing approaches, but OECHSLER seems to be doing so successfully by leveraging all the benefits.
A chat with Essentium CEO Blake Teipel revealed something rather interesting about the additive manufacturing industry.
AM Ventures announced yet another AM startup in their portfolio: Headmade Materials.
A chat with John Olhoft of FAME 3D revealed something interesting: they operate a truly massive 3D print farm.
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.
Carbon announced a two new DLS 3D printers, the M3 and M3 Max.
Sinterit announced a partnership with Forward AM, the AM unit of BASF.
I had a chat with Teton Simulation’s Doug Kenik to find out where SmartSlice is headed.
Materials companies have been hard at work developing improved resins for 3D printing, creating new opportunities across industries.
Desktop Metal announced the qualification of a pure copper material for their Production system.
Wematter announced an expansion to their production facilities.
Azul 3D is one of the latest 3D print companies to appear on the scene, and we spoke to the company’s Chief Revenue Officer, Tuan Tranpham, to find out more.
I spoke with Stratasys’ Andy Langfeld to learn more about the company’s strategy to move toward manufacturing.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine look at how leasing moves could affect the production of 3D printed aviation parts.
Charles R. Goulding and Randall Rothbort look at how 3D printing technology could fit within several initiatives to set up major EV manufacturing centers.
With the shift towards production from prototyping, 3D print software needs to follow a similar trajectory.
Kumovis announced a new workflow for the production of certified medical products.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing countless industries, and its machine learning capabilities are capable of transforming additive manufacturing as well.
3DGence announced the “ELEMENT” series of metal 3D printers to accompany their INDUSTRY thermoplastic series.
Digital Metal announced a new “digital platform interface” that should allow their equipment to be used for major production applications.
Dyemansion introduced a new “Black Line” for 3D print coloring.
AMT introduced a new line of highly advanced post processing devices for additive manufacturers, the SF Series.
Stratasys announced new software tools to enable more use of their SAF technology in manufacturing.
The business case for using additive manufacturing has always been challenging for many industries, but now things are becoming much clearer.
It’s not often Additive Industries announces a new platform, but they did this week.
Raise3D announced the RMF500 today, a large-format device targeted at production applications.
Prusa Research and Trilab executives celebrate the acquisition [Source: Prusa Research]
I had the chance to speak with Additive Industries’ new CEO, Ian Howe.
Stratasys announced sweeping upgrades to their GrabCAD software tool, specifically for managing fleets of 3D printers.
Essentium announced the new HSE 240 HT 3D printer.
Formlabs announced two new machines to complement their larger 3D printers.
3DQue announced a significant milestone is in sight for their Quinly system: one million 3D prints.
Norsk Titanium’s MERKE IV metal 3D printer is suitable for large part production.
Massivit announced a new process called “Cast In Motion” that simplifies composites tooling
SLM Solutions announced a blockbuster sale of their flagship NXG XII 600 to Divergent, and there are implications.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the challenging state of affairs in large scale manufacturing.
Engineering.com caught up with Velo3D founder and CEO, Benny Buller, as the metal 3D printing company went public.
BCN3D announced a very comprehensive cloud system to manage fleets of 3D printers.
3DQue announced the availability of their 3D printer automation system for several new 3D printer models.
BMF announced a new microArch 3D printer, the S230.
Sinterit has revealed more details about their upcoming NILS 480 SLS 3D printer, which could shake up the SLS market.
Mayku today announced a new device, the Multiplier.
Essentium is set to reveal a milestone device at the upcoming Rapid+TCT exhibition.
Sakuú announced the launch of a new pilot facility to manufacture 3D printed batteries.
OPT Industries is a 3D print startup company that is developing quite a number of innovations.
The challenges facing SMEs as they enter the 3D printing world are deeper than I had imagined.
An announcement from 3YOURMIND suggests the US Navy has a very comprehensive plan for a 3D printed future.
Protolabs announced the addition of another giant metal 3D printer.
Protolabs is employing two separate large-scale 3D printers to meet the rising demand for bigger metal parts.
The US army has awarded a contract to a group to construct what will likely be the largest metal 3D printer ever built.
Markforged is on a hot streak introducing new 3D printers.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider implications of Xerox’s move into the 3D printing world.
3DQue announced a new version of their Quinly continuous 3D printing system for Prusa equipment.
A Six Sigma quality control approach for 3D printing has been developed by researchers at Penn State.
Volkswagen announced a collaboration with Siemens and HP to enable production of complex 3D printed parts for future vehicles.
Wematter announced the Density Gen II post-processing unit, and it uses an unusual two-step process for cleaning SLS 3D prints.
Working with GE Additive, GE Aviation has made the switch to 3D printing four parts that were previously produced with castings.
Rocket startup Launcher has acquired a massive custom-designed metal 3D printer from AMCM.
Tashkeel3D, a 3D print startup producing medical components in Gaza has been destroyed.
While additive companies have been touting the capabilities of 3D printing in manufacturing, can it really compare to true manufacturing?
Adidas announced a new partially 3D printed shoe, the 4DFWD.
Satori is to launch a new “6K” resin 3D printer in coming weeks.
Titan Robotics announced a new 3D printer, the massive Atlas-HS.
This week, Stratasys doubled down on its additive manufacturing strategy for production.