Juggerbot has been developing something they call a “material card”.
Could everyone please get together and figure out a way to standardize 3D printer profiles? Please!
Senvol and Siemens Energy announced an arrangement to unleash considerable know-how on metal 3D printing.
This week’s question is all about print profiles for desktop FFF 3D printers.
How about we actually do all the necessary calibration for 3D printing automatically?
I’m wondering why there isn’t a standard format for 3D print slicing profiles.
The AddiMap Project could revolutionize production metal 3D printing as we know it.
Sintavia announced a new copper 3D printing method, but this may lead to an interesting challenge to other providers.
Fusion3 has introduced a new and powerful slicing system for their 3D printers, REACTOR.
MakerBot’s new experimental extruder allows the use of open materials, and can achieve superior 3D print results.
A new materials program by Smart International now enables the easy use of high-grade engineering materials on the Kodak Portrait 3D printer.
Ultimaker released a new version of Ultimaker Cura 3D printer slicing software that includes a very intriguing new feature: Intent Profiles.
How is Ultimaker’s new Cura marketplace doing? We took a look at the current state of the innovative material profile venture to help 3D printer operators.
A reader poses an interesting question about 3D printing standards.
A new strategy by some vendors to provide 3D printer profiles may backfire.
Kodak has introduced something very interesting into their 3D printing ecosystem: 3D design and print services.
Origin has finally revealed their mysterious 3D printer: The Origin One.
Ultimaker’s powerful Material Alliance Program is growing rapidly, but what does this mean?