I spoke with Wematter representatives about several things happening with the company recently.
INTAMSYS launched a new desktop 3D printer that can operate at high temperatures.
Snapmaker announced a new and advanced dual extrusion 3D printer, the Snapmaker J1.
Zortrax announced a new suite for resin 3D printing, focused on the new Inkspire 2.
Anycubic released a pile of details for their tiny MicroLED 3D printer, which uses a very different light engine.
Prusa Research released the latest beta version of PrusaSlicer, and surprise — it includes the ability to use STEP files.
The answer to the question of a home-based work 3D printer has taken many different forms.
It seems to me that Prusa Research is gradually moving into professional and industrial 3D printing markets.
Filament Innovations’ flagship 3D printer is the huge ICARUS generation 5 device.
Flashforge has introduced a new 3D printer that’s way out of their normal scope.
I had a chat with the folks from B9Creations.
FabWeaver is looking to a summer shipment date for their new A530 3D printer.
Brooklyn-based gCreate announced a new professional 3D printer, the gMax 2 PRO.
Prusa Research provided a very detailed update on their XL 3D printer development.
After considerable development, Fusion3 announced their new EDGE 3D printer.
MakerBot released their annual “State of 3D Printing” report and as usual it includes some interesting statistics.
I spoke with Sindoh and learned they’re undergoing a major transformation.
Shining 3D announced a new professional desktop resin 3D printer, the AccuFab-L4K, and a new 3D scanner, the Transcan C.
Last week Prusa Research unveiled their new Original Prusa XL large format 3D printer, and there are a number of interesting implications.
We had a chat with Raise3D representatives to find out more about their latest 3D printers.
One of the more interesting but less well-known 3D printer manufactures is Sindoh.
ZYYX Labs introduced a new 3D printer, the ZYYX Pro II.
Raise3D announced a new line of professional 3D printers, the Pro3 series.
Trilab has launched AzteQ, a powerful new family of delta 3D printers.
SynDaver3D announced the LeveL and LeveL UP desktop 3D printers.
Raise3D announced a new desktop 3D printer designed for use with carbon fiber composite material.
Shapeways has been gradually transforming over the past few years.
I’m looking at a report from CONTEXT, who provided some numbers for 3D printer sales in 2020.
It’s been brought to our attention there is a patent on a very unusual 3D printer extruder design.
Fusion3 has introduced a new and powerful slicing system for their 3D printers, REACTOR.
Ultimaker reported significant growth in the first half of 2020, a rare reveal of the private company’s financial state.
Could Prusa Research be slowly moving into the professional 3D printing market?
Shapeways has been gradually transforming their business from what they were to something quite different.
What exactly is an “industrial” 3D printer?
How does Ultimaker make so many 3D printer sales? We had a chat with them and found out their secret sales approach, and it’s very different.
Is that a “production” 3D printer? What characteristics make a 3D printer “production”? We present a list of features to help classify additive manufacturing machines.
Need a professional level desktop 3D printer? The new Ultimaker S3 is not only powerful, but also affordable and includes many ease-of-use features.
3D printer longevity.
We had a long chat with MakerBot CEO Nadav Goshen about the current state of the company and its products.
Anisoprint announced an arrangement that should make their continuous carbon fiber 3D printer even better.
We spoke with Ultimaker’s USA chief, Jamie Howard, to learn more about the company’s strategy.
Aleph Objects announced a new professional desktop 3D printer, the LulzBot TAZ Workhorse Edition.
Today Shapeways announced the availability of two new 3D print materials, but I’m now wondering if there is something more going on behind the scenes.
Aleph Objects has ventured into new territory with the announcement of their new TAZ Pro device.
As the March 29 date of Brexit approaches, it seems it will have some effect on 3D printer companies based in the UK.
We managed to get a peek at a rather large device coming from Sindoh, the 3DWOX 7X.
MakerGear is now shipping a new 3D printer, the Ultra One.
The hype of 3D printing focused on the vision; now it’s time to focus on the user and the product.
FELIXprinters announced a pair of new professional 3D printers, the Pro L and XL.
We had a look at Sharebot’s new Q Dual professional 3D printer.
FELIXprinters announced their latest professional 3D printer, the Pro 3.
When we last met Imprinta, the company sold an inexpensive desktop system, the Hercules. How times have changed!
We ran into a brand new 3D printer startup: 3DConstructions.
After introducing the original desktop 3D printer to the market in 2009, MakerBot has been on quite a rollercoaster ride.
You’ve probably heard that 3D Hubs is about to shut down their DIY community 3D printing network, as we wrote the other day.
Spain-based BCN3D Technologies released significant updates to their desktop 3D printers, now the Sigma R19 and Sigmax R19.
Airwolf 3D announced a rather large 3D printer, the new EVO 22.
Fusion3 replaced their F400 3D printer with the new F410, and it’s not just “10” better.
Yesterday Madrid-based Microlay announced a very powerful desktop 3D printer for the dental industry: The Versus.
We had a look at the powerful F300 professional 3D printer from HBOT 3D.
Airwolf has been producing great professional 3D printers for years, and now introduce a new machine, the EVO.
In discussions with Ultimaker last week, we learned something very interesting: Ultimaker can literally measure their recent transformation.
Another interesting professional desktop 3D printer option has launched: the Inception X1.
A new 3D printer enclosure product portends a change in the future.
In the past year or so we’ve been referring to something we call “professional” desktop 3D printers.
Florence-based Kentstrapper announced the Zero 2 desktop 3D printer, an improved version of their previous Zero.
Leapfrog has announced a new flagship 3D printer, the Bolt Pro.
Italy-based Kentstrapper introduced the MAVIS, a new, large format professional 3D printer.
Could this be the best time in history to seek a professional 3D printer? It certainly could be.
We examined samples from 3ntr’s equipment and found them very capable.
When the term “RepRap” is used, you might think of an inexpensive hobby-style desktop 3D printer. But that’s not at all what is being produced by German RepRap.
Four-year old EVO-tech’s main product is a very powerful desktop 3D printer for professional use.
There’s a growing number of people making their living from 3D printing, and now cloud service MakerOS by Manulith can make life a lot easier.
Lynx3D has released a 3D printer with some very unusual features.
Zortrax is well-known as the manufacturer of a very popular and reliable personal 3D printer, the M200. But now they have another model, the Inventure.