Artec 3D announced a new small-format 3D scanner, the Artec Micro II.
Nano Dimension announced three new micro 3D printers to add to their Fabrica line.
Boston Micro Fabrication is on the move.
A video has emerged that shows what is likely the smallest 3D printer ever made.
MetShape is a different kind of 3D print service.
Anycubic released a pile of details for their tiny MicroLED 3D printer, which uses a very different light engine.
Researchers have devised a system using a 1.6nm nozzle to 3D print incredibly tiny objects.
I sat down with Nanofabrica’s Executive Vice President Global Sales, Avi Cohen, to discuss the past, present, and future of micro additive manufacturing and the benefits and applications of the company’s Micro AM technology.
If you’ve ever wanted to 3D scan and print very tiny things, the scAnt 3D scanner is for you.
Micron-scale 3D printing brings a tiny take to big celebrations as Microlight3D unveils the tiniest Statue of Liberty.
I spoke with Avi Cohen, EVP Sales at Nanofabrica, for a look into why micro-scale precision in 3D printing is a huge achievement.
Researchers at the University of Leiden have been 3D printing microswimmers and are testing all options.
3D printing is in the record books — specifically the Guinness Book of World Records — for some unusual creations.
Today I’m looking at a 3D printer I had not seen before, the Incus Hammer Lab35.
We’ve been tipped that Italy-based Lumi Industries is developing a very high resolution, but tiny, resin 3D printer they call the PicoFAB.
We caught up with 3DEO last week and discovered they have reached a significant milestone.
A research team has developed an unusual method for 3D printing small scaffold-like structures.
We ran across a metal 3D printing process we had not seen previously: screen printing.
Höganäs’ Digital Metal operation is doing very well.
LulzBot unexpectedly announced a new toolhead suitable for very, very tiny 3D prints.
Velleman has introduced a very low cost desktop 3D printer kit that could be of interest.
Need a 3D printer you can put in your pocket? Well, it may be slightly bigger than a pocket, but the PocketMaker is indeed very small.