Lynxter announced a new 3D printer dedicated to silicone material.
FluidForm’s FRESH technologies may offer a solution to 3D printing challenging materials such as collagen and silicone.
This week’s question begins with silicone 3D printing, but then moves to other options.
I had a chat with the folks from Lynxter to find out what they’ve been up to.
Formlabs just published a very interesting piece on how one of their clients leveraged 3D printing to produce movie props that would otherwise be impossible.
Silicone 3D printing service ACEO appears to be shutting down.
This week’s selection is the Collapsible Silicone Container by YouTuber Eric Strebel.
It all started with a random call.
ACEO announced a new multi-material capability for their silicone 3D printers.
I spoke with German RepRap’s Andrea Berneker to learn how they have been deploying their silicone LAM process.
Lynxter’s S600D industrial 3D printer just got a lot better with a new liquid extrusion system. We found out which materials it can print.
Looking for a silicone 3D printer? The new German RepRap L320 is able to print high-resolution silicone objects in resin for casting and moulding.
A look inside ACEO’s US 3D printing operations proved illuminating.
The quest for unusual materials continues, this time with electrically conductive silicone.
German RepRap announced the availability of their silicone 3D printer, the L280.
ACEO has made arrangements to provide regional silicone rubber 3D printing services in the USA.
A Swiss startup has invented a rather interesting method of 3D printing silicone objects.
Germany-based ACEO offers powerful 3D silicone printing services.
At Rapid last week we spoke with representatives from German RepRap and found out something interesting.
In a big surprise, at least for me, German RepRap showed off a demonstrator 3D printer able to produce very strong silicone prints.
A great video by industrial designer Eric Strebel shows the technique required to successfully cast silicone with 3D printed molds.
We received a quick update from the folks of Structu3D, makers of the Discov3ry paste extruder.
A new 3D printer is capable of printing silicone objects.