You’ve heard about “high speed 3D printing”, but what are the things you need to know about it?
The plot thickens regarding the use of “FFF”.
Another day, another misuse of the term “FDM”.
What’s the difference between “FDM” and “FFF” anyway?
Another eco-friendly 3D printer filament? Hold on, there is a lot more to the story.
Are we using the right words when referring to our favorite technology?
The use of “3D Printing” is beginning to fade, at least with respect to application-focused 3D print services. As for the rest, we’ll find out what happens.
A company terms their process as “volumetric” 3D printing, but is it really so?
Do you know the difference between the terms “FDM” and “FFF”? From what I read, it seems a large number of people are not aware of their true meaning.
What’s the right terminology, 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing? We investigate this issue using Science.
What kind of parts are in your digital inventory? Are they ADfAM? We propose a new class of 3D printable parts.
3D printing can be used to make amazing sculptures and innovative technology — but do you know how a 3D printer actually works? A good understanding of the manufacturing process will make it easier to design your own creations.
An interesting thought: is the term “SLS” wrong?
3D printing / additive manufacturing / rapid prototyping — what’s the difference?
In our technology space there seems to be two terms commonly used: “3D Printing” or “Additive Manufacturing”. Which one is correct?
With several larger 3D printing experiments taking place, it’s now becoming clear there are two distinct styles of 3D printing: Fabrication and Construction.