NPPower revealed their new small-format metal 3D printer, the Malachite.
We just completed the epic Formnext exhibition and have some thoughts.
Hyperganic announced a new and very speedy 3D simulation technology.
Raise3D announced an upgrade kit for their Pro3 series that dramatically increases print speed.
Creality announced a significant upgrade to their Ender series, with the new Ender-5 S1 3D printer.
Startup company Axtra has developed an unusual hybrid 3D printing process they call “Hybrid Photosynthesis”, or “HPS”.
A Japanese startup claims to be developing a machine that can make its own materials.
Plasmics launched a hot end with an entirely new heating concept: induction.
Researchers have developed “iCLIP”, a new 3D print process that is 5-10X faster than current resin 3D printing processes.
Sunlu announced a new desktop 3D printer that could be among the fastest in its class.
Formlabs announced the Fuse 1+ 30W SLS 3D printer.
Anycubic announced a new entry into their Kobra desktop 3D printer series, the Kobra Plus.
We had a chat with Ulendo, developers of an intriguing system to dramatically speed up 3D printing.
Anker launched their first 3D printer, the M5, on Kickstarter.
There is an ongoing quest to achieve faster and faster 3D print speeds on FFF equipment. But there are a number of challenges.
AM Ventures announced an investment in startup Scrona AG. But what’s so important about this company?
Ultimaker announced a new version of Ultimaker Cura, which seems to offer much more rapid 3D printing.
Desktop Health, a line of business within Desktop Metal, announced a new series of dental 3D printers.
Find out why High Area Rapid Printing is worth the hype. It just might revolutionize the way goods and products are created.
This week Polymaker announced a partnership with AMESOS to developed what they call “FFF 2.0”, a high speed 3D printing process and associated 3D printer.
A new version of Polygonica has been released with several powerful 3D features.
Prusa Research dropped the latest version of their popular 3D print slicing software, PrusaSlicer 2.4, and it has an astounding number of amazing new features.
Nexa3D announced the XiP, a 3D printer that is the first for the company in the desktop market.
Sinterit announced a new SLS 3D printer, the Lisa X.
HITRY, a team of innovators in 3D printing since 2014, recently announced the launch of Rocket 1 – the world’s first DCLF (Digital Continuous Liquid Forming) Technology 3D printer.
Researchers at Fraunhofer ILT have developed a revolutionary method of 3D printing metal.
Ultimaker announced a significant update for their CC print core.
Prusa Research published a highly detailed piece explaining how they managed to dramatically speed up their latest resin 3D printer.
Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory seem to have developed a way to optimize printing with multiple toolheads.
Wematter announced the Density Gen II post-processing unit, and it uses an unusual two-step process for cleaning SLS 3D prints.
The key to powder 3D printing is not the binder or laser.
There’s a new servo motor on the market, and it could have big implications for the future of low-cost 3D printing.
Klipper is a very powerful firmware addition to most 3D printers.
The developments in volumetric 3D printing continue with a new patent being recently granted by the USPTO.
Simultaneous with the release of a revealing research paper on Xolography, xolo has released details on their first volumetric 3D printer.
I’ve been investigating the rather quiet company Seurat Technologies, which is developing a new metal 3D printing process.
SLM Solutions has released a breakthrough metal 3D printer, the massive NXG XII 600.
VELO3D suddenly announced a brand new 3D printer, the Sapphire XC, which is far larger and much faster than their previous 3D printers.
Having a fast manufacturing process has many benefits to a business ranging from cost-effectiveness, innovation to increased customer satisfaction.
I’ve been doing some thinking about a potential Prusa MK4 3D printer and have some ideas about what we might see.
No, there have been no announcements regarding a new “Prusa MK4” 3D printer. But what might be included in a MK4?
With the recent spotlight on 3D printing as a result of the pandemic’s bump on supply chains, I listed some ways the technology can help manufacturers.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a method of using holography in 3D printing.
A new project in the Czech Republic will produce a small 3D printed house called “Prvok”.
Gizmo 3D Printers has some major news to share in super-fast industrial DLP 3D printing.
I recently spoke with the folks from Dyndrite, who intend to replace the very heart of 3D printing: the 3D kernel.
Researchers have developed an unusual metal 3D printing process called SLEDM, which uses LEDs instead of lasers. But could it actually work as defined?
Digital Metal has tripled the speed of their metal 3D printer, the DM P2500, and we speculate on how they accomplished it.
Two videos shed important light on how you should proceed in assisting COVID-19 efforts using a 3D printer.
A research thesis details the incredibly complex world of volumetric 3D printing. We review the highlights.
COBOD’s BOD2 construction 3D printer seems to be catching on as the company has made multiple sales of the new device.
Readily3D announced a new, ultra-high speed 3D printing process using a volumetric approach, but we have some questions.
Vancouver-based 3D printing company NewPro3D has entered a collaborative partnership with chemical company Henkel.
Xact Metal has incorporated several new features into their line of metal 3D printers that should speed up the system significantly, yet keep the price quite low.
3D printing startup Azul has produced a new device that uses the High Area Rapid Printing (HARP) process to 3D print objects at high speed and low cost.
Two Australian companies seek to be the fastest metal 3D printers in the land. Who will win? We have some ideas.
What’s inside 3D Systems’ Figure 4 SLA 3D printer, and how does is print so fast? We found out their secret.
3DGence announced a new, large-format high temperature industrial 3D printer, the INDUSTRY F420, which is capable of 3D printing in PEEK and ULTEM materials.
Researchers have invented a new method of 3D printing called HARP that can print 430mm per hour, with many other advantages.
Adrian Bowyer’s startling electric 3D printing process is investigated more deeply.
What can be used instead of belts in a 3D printer motion system? Filament Innovations is experimenting with a ball screw to enable high-speed and high-temp use.
Supersonic SPEE3D is going bigger with its unique metal 3D printing offerings.
I’m reading an interview with one of the inventors of the CAL 3D printing process, and it seems it could be the most rapid 3D printing process ever.
Australia-based Aurora Labs has performed a complex test of their new parallel metal 3D printing process.
Aurora Labs this week took its next tangible step towards its ambitious goal to 3D print 1,000 kg of metal per day.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed an extremely interesting 3D printing process that is quite different from current approaches.
San Diego-based Uniz announced two new high speed desktop 3D printers, the Slash 2 series.
Australia-based SPEE3D has refined their supersonic 3D printing process.
Roboze has been growing significantly in the past year.
The companies in the XponentialWorks portfolio are looking to enhance performance in generative design and additive manufacturing.
Call us impressed. Essentium’s new HSE 180•S seems like a 3D printer utterly different from its competitors.
Desktop Metal is taking advantage of its technology to go bigger, better, and faster for production 3D printing.
Last week BigRep announced a series of new machines, but what caught my interest most was their MXT extruder.
Metal 3D printing startup Xact Metal has done a slight pivot on their path to success.
There’s ambition, and then there’s Aurora Labs’ intent to 3D print 1000kg of metal per day.
Aurora Labs finally leaked the secret to their concept for 3D printing 1000kg of metal per day.
Voxeljet announced a very interesting improvement to their light metal casting system with their new VX1000-S 3D printer.
Aurora Labs announced they’ve made additional progress on their impressive metal 3D printing project.
Aurora Labs marked a milestone on their journey towards large-scale industrial metal 3D printing.
Production is in sight for additive manufacturing, and voxeljet is looking to lead the way, the company tells us. This morning, James Reeves, Managing Director at voxeljet UK, reached out with an interesting look ahead in the latest positioning to “reinvent the manufacturing landscape.” He published a teaser today hinting at an interesting work in… Continue reading voxeljet Teases an Automated Additive Manufacturing Solution for Production
One of the curses of 3D printing is extremely long print durations.
Danish company Create it REAL announced a series of partnerships that should result in several new high speed desktop 3D printers.
Create It REAL just received a significant investment.
Australia-based Aurora Labs has published their roadmap for ultra-fast 3D metal printing.
Denmark-based Create It Real has a new gig: maritime 3D printing.
A research paper this week describes an incredible new and very rapid 3D printing process, but it seems there may be challenges in implementing it.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have apparently developed an algorithm to speed up 3D printing operations.
3D Platform has been developing ways to dramatically speed up 3D printing very large objects, and their latest extruders are simply insane.
Among numerous crowdfunded 3D printers currently running is one that might be of interest: the Protonium.
BigRep’s focus recently has been all about print speed, and now they’re using a new filament technology to achieve more rapid prints.
Create it REAL is a Danish company producing high-powered control boards for desktop 3D printers. So what does this have to do secure printing?
3D Platform announced a new type of high-performance extruder for their massive 3D printers, the HFA series.
Steelcase partnered with MIT to develop a radical new method of 3D printing.
In the last few years, a number of exciting new technologies have emerged in the 3D printing industry that promise the integration of additive manufacturing (AM) into the larger world of manufacturing