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2020 Qidi Tech X-Max Review: Hands On

The Qidi Tech X-Max 3D printer is designed to handle some of the trickiest materials, but is it worth it? Read on for our hands-on review.

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Mark of Greatness?
Carbon Fiber 3D Printer: Markforged Mark Two Review

The Markforged Mark Two is a carbon fiber 3D printer that's in a class of its own. Read Tom Sanladerer's review of the Markforged Mark Two.

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Turbo Print Gives Speed Boost to Markforged X7 3D Printer

At Formnext 2019, Markforged announced Turbo Print for its X7 Carbon Fiber 3D printer, increasing print speed twofold without sacrificing print quality.

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How about a Customized Carbon Fiber Bike?
Arevo Boosts Expansion of Carbon Fiber 3D Printing With $12.5 Million Funding Round

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New Carbon-Fiber Nylon Composite 12CF for Stratasys FDM 3D Printers

Stratasys launched the FDM Nylon 12CF - a carbon fiber-filled nylon printing material which can create end-use parts and speed up production.

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CEAD Launches Industrial-Scale 3D Printer Tailored for Shipbuilding

The Netherlands-based additive manufacturing company CEAD is creating an industrial-scale 3D printer that is specifically engineered to help produce parts for ships and other maritime vessels. 

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LLNL Team Pioneer 3D Printing Aerospace-Grade Carbon Fiber

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers are the first to 3D print aerospace-grade carbon fiber composites allowing for optimization.

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