Prusa Research provided a very detailed update on their XL 3D printer development.
It’s easy to miss, but apparently Prusa Research is to develop a new 3D printer equipped with a “tool changer”.
E3D-Online announced a new tool for their Toolchanger 3D printer that performs coordinated subtractive operations.
There are several ways to perform multi-material 3D printing using filaments. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?
We had a chat with E3D-Online about their revolutionary tool-changing multi-material 3D printer.
E3D-Online has nearly completed its beta test of an unusual tool-changing 3D printer.
E3D-Online is very well known for their 3D printer components, but did you know they are working on their own 3D printer, again?