I spoke with VELO3D’s Zach Murphree to find out more details on the company’s recent announcement of a tall version of their popular metal 3D printer.
VELO3D announced a new, much taller Sapphire metal 3D printer that enables 3D printing metal parts for automotive, aerospace and oil & gas.
Want a 3D printed chocolate tower? La MIAM Factory has a chocolate 3D printing service that can 3D print tall chocolate objects, and they’re quite tasty.
This is an entry in our 3D Print Learning Series, focusing on 3D print concepts.
Airwolf3D suddenly announced a new professional desktop 3D printer, the AXIOM 20.
3D Platform has long been known as a producer of “huge” 3D printers, but the word “huge” will have to be replaced after this announcement.
Recently we examined machines from Deltatower, a Swiss-based manufacturer of large-sized delta 3D printers.
Leapfrog’s Xcel 3D printer is far taller than you could imagine.
One of Leapfrog’s new products seems to hit a milestone by offering what might be the tallest build volume yet seen in 3D printers.
There’s been a rash of “tall” 3D printers lately, but perhaps there’s a way to print tall without one.
Rapide 3D, a growing technology manufacturer from Melbourne, Australia has started a crowd funding campaign for the Rapide Lite 200XL. It’s an FDM 3D printer that prints almost 16 inches high (400mm)!
What’s better than a 3D printer that can create objects seemingly out of thin air? A BIGGER 3D printer.