Let's take a look at a few ways different technologies are bringing ideas to life... in color! It's time to talk about multicolor 3D printers.
You've heard of it, but what exactly are all the options? Find out all about multi-material 3D printers and 3D printing techniques!
Is the relatively inexpensive Geeetech A20T the tricolor printer for you? Read on for our take of this printer’s specs.
The Rize XRIZE is an industrial 3D printer that uses a hybrid process called Augmented Deposition to create functional parts in full color. Review the specs to learn more. UPDATE: Rize ceased operation in January 2022.
With the da Vinci Color mini, full-color 3D printing has become even more affordable. Let‘s review the facts of XYZPrinting’s newest low-budget full-color 3D printer.
The Palette 2 Pro from Mosaic Manufacturing promises multi-material printing for single-extruder 3D printers. Let's take a look at what it has to offer.
No dual extrusion? No problem! This week's Project of the Week shows us how to fuse different filaments together and create your own multicolor objects with a single extrusion 3D printer.
Stratasys releases new software solution to bring voxel-level control to the multi-material and full-color Stratasys J750 3D printer.
A team of researchers from MIT CSAIL have developed ColorFab, a platform that enables the creation of 3D printed objects that change color after production. This process could be integrated into the fashion and jewelry industry, and would help promote waste reduction.
At CES 2018, Eastman Kodak Company and its brand licensee Twindom revealed the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner. The mobile 3D scanner produces high resolutions scans that can be 3D printed in full color.
The new startup Beheld, founded by former Shapeways CEO Peter Weijmarshausen and Kat Kinkead, allows people to 3D scan and print themselves.
XYZprinting unveils the new $3,000 Da Vinci Color 3D printer, using inkjet technology to inject color directly into filament as its printed.
The Japanese company Mimaki is launching the 3DUJ-553 UV LED printing solution, offering over 10 million colors and photorealistic quality.
Formlabs mechanical engineer Christian Reed develops method to color his 3D printed parts by melting crayons.