You love 3D printing, and you’re good at it. So how do you make a living from it? All3DP spoke to five successful entrepreneurs who turned their passion for 3D printing into a profitable business.
Nearly any metal part can be made quicker, cheaper, and better with metal 3D printing. Let's take a look at the top five applications!
Not satisfied with off-the-shelf solutions, Pozzetta Products decided to make its own ESD-safe filament and turn a fleet of Craftbot 3D printers into a production factory.
Through impressive, metal 3D printers come at a price. Find out how much a metal 3D printer costs by looking at some popular machines on the market.
The Formlabs Form 3 is the successor to the famed Form 2. Our current top pick for "Best Resin 3D Printer", check out our full review to learn why.
It prints, engraves, and cuts; the only thing the ZMorph VX doesn’t do is make you eggs in the morning. Read our review to find out why it's the "Best All-in-One 3D Printer" of spring 2020.
The Ultimaker S5 is our Spring 2020 pick for the "Best Dual Extruder 3D Printer". Check out our Ultimaker S5 review to find out why it is an excellent multi-material machine for small businesses.
The Raise3D Pro 2 Plus is our Spring 2020 pick for the "Best Large-Format 3D Printer". Check out our review to find out why it is an excellent choice for professionals who need to print big.
Carbon is pushing the limits of short-run manufacturing with the Carbon M2, part of their SpeedCell system. Here we review the M2’s specs to see why it’s making such an impact.
Affordable, versatile resin 3D printers let research engineers experiment on printed prototypes that look and act more like a final product.
The Markforged Metal X is a groundbreaking metal 3D printer that offers an affordable way to produce custom metal parts. Review the specs and use cases to learn more.
Learn what carbon fiber 3D printing is and whether or not it will work for your application with our in-depth guide to all things carbon fiber, including our buyer's guide to printers.
The Shining 3D Einscan Pro 2X Plus is our best value pick in spring 2020. Check out our full review to find out why.
How one automotive parts company invested in 3D printing to solve a tool problem and ended up saving 70% of costs and transforming their operation.
The new and improved BCN3D Sigma R19 boasts reworked components, guidance and overall better experience. Check out our review to see how it holds up.
Is the Go!Scan Spark 3D scanner by Creaform a worthy successor to the Go!Scan 20 and Go!Scan 50? Yes and yes again. Read on for our review.
The BCN3D Sigmax R19 boasts advanced features, such as IDEX with powerful extruders. Here’s how this professional large-format 3D printer performed in our 10-hour review.