From bowls to bone implants, ceramic material is 3D printed for art and for industry. Take a look at the latest in ceramic 3D printer technology.
Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing, invented by HP, is quickly becoming the additive manufacturing method of choice for a wide range of industries. Read on to learn more.
If you're thinking of buying a 3D printer for your small business, we've selected the top options that are easy to use yet produce high-quality, reliable results.
Titanium – strong as steel but half as heavy – is a complex metal to work with, but it is practically born for 3D printing! Learn all you need to know!
Selective laser melting (SLM) is the premier metal 3D printing technology revolutionizing the additive manufacture of metal parts, but how does it work, and which SLM 3D printers do it best?
Move beyond infills to lattices for lighter weight, better functioning 3D printed parts and products. Learn the techniques and software!
Heavy-duty FDM 3D printing on the shop floor for functional end-use parts; this is why you want an industrial 3D printer. But which one?
Micro 3D printing – or more precisely, microscale additive manufacturing – is fueling a new miniaturization revolution in everything from microchips to medical devices.
From knee braces to wrist supports, here's how to custom-fit 3D printed orthotics for your patients with accessible and affordable digital manufacturing technologies.
Oral scanning is quickly replacing molding for accurate impressions in digital dentistry. How do you make the switch and which scanner is right for you?
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.
What are the biocompatible 3D printing resins, filaments, and metals and how do you know when your product requires them? Let's take a look.
The Artec Leo is a professional-grade handheld 3D scanner that offers onboard automatic processing and a built-in HD display. Read on for our review.
3D bioprinting has come a long way over the last decade. Find out the latest developments in 3D printed organs and body parts.
Patient-specific medical models cut hospital costs, better prepare doctors, and improve outcomes for patients. Take a look at the latest advancements and best printers for 3D printed medical models.
See why more manufacturers are adopting binder jet technology to quickly and affordably 3D print production volumes of complex shapes in metal, sand, and plastic.
3D printing is becoming a preferred manufacturing method for load-bearing orthopedic implants. Find out why your next implant is likely to be 3D printed.
Manufacturing strong, durable, lightweight, and corrosion-free alternatives to metal parts requires 3D printing polymers up to the task. Move beyond metal!
3D bioprinters have gained a great deal of traction in recent years. Find out more about the current market for bioprinting machines in this article.
With so many 3D printers, how do you decide? Our six-step guide covers everything you need to know about technology, materials, and brands.