I’m reading a brief from AM Solutions that talks about post processing, and there are some interesting points.
I spoke with XJET’s Dror Danai to find out why XJET technology has an advantage over other ceramic 3D printing options.
AMT introduced a new line of highly advanced post processing devices for additive manufacturers, the SF Series.
Fiberlogy has expanded its line of 3D printer filaments with a new material they call “FiberSatin”.
Stratasys and DyeMansion announced a new strategic alliance that combines capabilities to provide an end-to-end full color additive manufacturing workflow.
Raise3D announced a new version of IdeaMaker, version 4.1.0, which includes a very interesting capability.
The key word is “easy” for the latest metal 3D printing launch from Desktop Metal.
Additive manufacturing (AM) can now produce high-quality parts in metal alloys.
Some thoughts about the ongoing dilemma of obtaining good surface quality on production parts made using additive manufacturing.
An Austrian company has developed an incredibly sophisticated end-to-end automation system for metal 3D print post processing.
Those unsightly layer lines are really not unsightly, and are a product of your unconscious bias. We found a story that explains the truth about 3D print layer lines.
The future is bright — and brightly colored — for post-processing 3D prints.
This week’s selection is the informational “2.5D Printing: Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D Applications” by Carinna Parraman and Maria V. Ortiz Segovia.