Canadian-based manufacturer Dyze Design is releasing its new large-scale 3D print head, Typhoon. Thanks to an optimized flow rate, this rugged extruder is capable of speeding up production rates up to ten times.
Forward AM by BASF is driving the industrialization of additive manufacturing with its deep material know-how and unique end-to-end services portfolio. Read on to learn more.
Anycubic starts 2020 with a bang, thanks to a lineup of four new products ranging from a supersized i3 Mega to an ultra-low-cost Photon MSLA printer, and all new cure-wash station.
The large-volume AON-M2 2020 can handle hundreds of materials including PEEK, ULTEM™, PEKK, and polycarbonate, and is designed to help customers realize the most demanding applications.
It’s a new year, which means it’s time for a brand new printer. Luckily, Anycubic has you covered with the Anycubic Mega X, our first machine to be released in 2020.
Connecting engineers and creative professionals with manufacturing partners worldwide, 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace Make is the place to bring mockups, end-use parts, jigs, fixtures and tooling to life.
Astroprint is rolling out a beta version of AstroPrint for Education, allowing educational institutions to make 3D printing more accessible to students, while also making the process more efficient and less costly.
The Nova3D Elfin MSLA 3D printer is ready to print right out of the box and offers WiFi connectivity, a touchscreen plus a host of other features. Save $60 on this machine when purchasing it from Nova3D on Amazon US with the code NOVA3DELFIN.
CraftUnique, the Hungarian manufacturer of the CraftBot line of 3D printers, has unveiled an all-new lineup of 3D printers. Dubbed Flow, the new machines suit a variety of uses and budgets, including multi-material large format printing.
Shop Anycubic’s biggest sale of the year exclusively at AliExpress’ global shopping festival on November 11.
PolyDry, by Filaments.ca, is an industrial-grade, fully automatic filament storage solution with a massive interior capacity to store dozens of spools in various sizes.
Although born in the mid-1980s, 3D printing has seen tremendous development in 2011, achieving a 29.4% growth in a year, far ahead of the 26.4% collective historical growth of the industry at that time.
Thanks to its CoreXY architecture the Two Trees Sapphire Pro offers superior print results at productivity-enhancing speeds. Is it the next big thing in budget desktop 3D printing?
Rather than being competitors, additive and subtractive manufacturing can complement one another.
Ultimaker’s newest offerings are available via MatterHackers.
Following the successful launch of its CraftBot Plus and CraftBot XL 3D printers, Hungarian manufacturer CraftUnique has released the CraftBot 3 -- a dual extrusion machine with superhero-like abilities.
The Polish 3D printer manufacturer's technology is making waves across a range of industries -- from automotive to aerospace.