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The Two Trees Bluer Plus is a formidable machine that improves on the budget-friendly Bluer 3D printer. Here’s what makes it special.
TrySight, a small Canadian manufacturer, chose selective laser sintering over fused deposition modeling for better quality 3D-printed end-use parts among other critical benefits.
Check out the CraftBot FLOW IDEX XL printer with one of the largest print volumes among the plug-and-play IDEX printers.
Anycubic is celebrating its five-year anniversary by unveiling the Photon Mono, Photon Mono X, Photon Mono SE, and Photon X. Along with releasing new products, Anycubic is also offering an early bird deal and its biggest sales promotion yet to thank its customers for five years of support.
Beautiful and functional product prototypes aren’t just for big-budget design firms anymore. New 3D printing technology puts great-looking prototypes – and quick and cheap design iterations – within reach for practically any professional.
How a German doctor overcame medical supply shortages by 3D printing adapters for protective breathing masks that protected colleagues from the coronavirus.
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.
SainSmart's Genmitsu 3018-MX3 has the makings of a highly capable and versatile CNC router. Join us, as we review the specs.
Affordable, versatile resin 3D printers let research engineers experiment on printed prototypes that look and act more like a final product.
Industrial 3D printer company Carbon proves the case for additive manufacturing during the pandemic and beyond.
A promising Italian start-up sets out to change minds about metal 3D printing for industry by focusing on design and a printer from Desktop Metal.
XYZprinting Inc. now offers highly competitive print-for-pay solutions from its California offices for customers looking for one to 1,000 selective laser sintering (SLS) PA-12 nylon parts.
Despite advances, professional 3D printing may still be the manufacturing industry’s best kept secret, report finds.
Revenues are down at many 3D printer manufacturers worldwide, but optimism about the future of professional 3D printing may be at an all-time high.
The leading trade fair for additive manufacturing had high hopes for a live event on Nov. 10 to 13 but, alas, has opted for a virtual-only Formnext Connect.