Researchers have developed a method of 3D scanning that can resolve structures as small as 7nm, or 0.000007mm.
AM Ventures announced an investment in startup Scrona AG. But what’s so important about this company?
Researchers have devised a system using a 1.6nm nozzle to 3D print incredibly tiny objects.
I spoke with XJET’s Dror Danai to find out why XJET technology has an advantage over other ceramic 3D printing options.
Anycubic is preparing to launch a new desktop resin 3D printer, the Photon Ultra.
New research has shed some light on the intrinsic resolution of photopolymer 3D printing.
Artec 3D announced a new version of Artec Studio 15, the software that drives their popular handheld 3D scanners, and there’s a big surprise in this release.
BMF released details today about an industrial 3D printer targeting the micro parts market.
I’m reading an interesting release from Nanofabrica, and had a thought about 3D printer specifications.
Today I’m looking at a 3D printer I had not seen before, the Incus Hammer Lab35.
The Phrozen Sonic XL 4K is a very interesting resin 3D printer that has several technical secrets behind its ability to 3D print large objects in high resolution at a rapid speed.
iFixit tore down a brand new iPad Pro to find out more about the mysterious LiDAR sensor. The result was quite surprising.
Digital Metal’s quiet change to their metal 3D printer might mean a new option for those seeking larger, high-resolution metal 3D prints.
This is an entry in our 3D Print Learning Series, focusing on 3D print concepts.
San Diego-based Uniz announced two new high speed desktop 3D printers, the Slash 2 series.
There may be a far better way to 3D print small, finely detailed objects.
Lumi Industries is set to release a new desktop 3D printer.
Researchers from MIT have developed a new technique to enable highly detailed multimaterial 3D prints from 3D scanners.
There is another level of 3D printing that no one has yet attained.
At CES last week, I noticed something interesting at the T3D booth.
Ultimaker announced two new products that are designed to meet customer demands.
There are two types of resolution mentioned in 3D printing specifications, layer size and X-Y, but is the latter of any importance?