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