Sinterjet launched a new and inexpensive metal 3D printing system, the M60.
Mantle announced the availability of their first 3D printers.
Grid Logic has developed a unique process that can 3D print metal and ceramic in the same job.
Ultimaker announced the “Ultimaker Metal Expansion Kit”, which enables metal 3D printing on their S5 model.
Admatec announced a new furnace that could enable their clients to take on additional production of 3D printed ceramics.
You might not have heard of Incus, a company that’s developed a unique metal 3D printing system.
You probably haven’t heard of Mantle, and that’s because they’ve been in stealth mode until this week.
MakerBot announced a new way to 3D print metal on their equipment.
There’s a new office-friendly metal 3D printing system on the market as ExOne and Rapidia introduce the Metal Designlab 3D printer and X1F furnace.
Desktop Metal recently introduced a new software tool focusing on metal sintering simulation; the team behind Live Sinter shares a deeper look.
Sintering is a necessary step in metal 3D printing, and a new software application targets accurate compensation for distortions.
A company offers a wide variety of sinterable metal 3D printer filaments, far more than I had imagined.
A Vancouver-based startup appears to have invented an entirely new form of metal 3D printing.
XJet has accomplished something we’ve never seen before: a combination metal and ceramic 3D print.
An interesting thought: is the term “SLS” wrong?
You don’t have enough cash on hand to buy that USD$40,000 Laser Sintering unit, but you are really curious about the process. No trouble – just do the experiment at home! The University of Wisconsin has posted the procedure for a lithography experiment you might even attempt at home, providing you have sufficient chemicals,… Continue reading Home Sintering Experiments