Tag: 3D Printers

Weta Workshop Acquires Massivit 3D Printer for Creation of Giant 3D Printed Movie Props

Massivit 3D, as its name suggests, is known for its massive 3D printers, and they’ve traveled around the world and participated in some truly fascinating projects, such as the restoration of an Italian palace and a fully 3D printed pop-up shop. Now Massivit is getting its big break in Hollywood. Weta Workshop, the Academy Award-winning design... Read More »

Large-format Phrozen Transform SLA 3D printer achieves Kickstarter goal in 3 minutes

Dec 13, 2018 | By Cameron The first deluge of distributed manufacturing came in the format of FDM (fused deposition modeling) 3D printing as the patent on that technology expired in 2009. The second wave that we’re currently riding consists of SLA (stereolithography) liquid resin 3D printers as the patents on their underlying technologies expired... Read More »

Xerion introduces The Fusion Factory, an FDM/FFF metal and ceramic 3D printer

Xerion, a German industrial furnace and 3D printer manufacturer, has introduced the Fusion Factory, a three-part FDM/FFF system capable of printing metal and ceramics. The company has taken inspiration from multi-modular systems, to build a machine which can produce parts on par with Metal Injection Molding (MIM) technique. The Fusion Factory by Xerion. Image via... Read More »

Paladin affordable SLA 3D printer from $299

Dec 12, 2018 | By Cameron SLA (stereolithography) 3D printing is the go-to technology when a smooth surface finish is a priority or when the part has very small details. No other 3D printing technology can match the precision and speed of SLA. So then, why isn’t it the most popular form of 3D printing?... Read More »

HQ Visit: MakerBot launches Method performance 3D printer

Today, two years after the launch of the Replicator +, American desktop 3D printer manufacturer and Stratasys subsidiary MakerBot has released the Method. Designed as a mid-way point between the industrial FDM and personal desktop market, MakerBot is calling the Method “the first performance 3D printer.” Last week, 3D Printing Industry was invited to MakerBot... Read More »

MakerBot returns with Makerbot Method, its first Performance 3D Printer

Dec 11, 2018 | By Thomas MakerBot has just unveiled the MakerBot Method, a performance 3D printer which aims to bridges the gap between desktop and industrial 3D printing. The Makerbot Method, which MakerBot has been working on for two years, leverages industrial technologies and expertise from Stratasys and combines it with the accessibility and... Read More »

ExOne Introduces new X1 25 PRO 3D Printer as highest performing binder jetting machine

ExOne, a global provider of binder jetting 3D printing systems, services, and materials, has released its latest system, the X1 25 PRO at Formnext. The X1 25 PRO enables a larger build volume and the equivalent powder metallurgy capabilities powders from ExOne’s INNOVENT+ . The platform is also designed to focus on the Metal Injection... Read More »

Trio Labs approaches MIM based binder jet 3D printing market

Trio Labs, a North Carolina-based start-up developing advanced manufacturing technology,  has introduced a new 3D printing method for high volume production. With the aim of fundamentally changing manufacturing, the company’s Resin Infused Powder Lithography (RIPL) process boasts components with the same performance characteristics as CNC machining and Metal Injection Molding (MIM) at a reduced cost. [embedded content]... Read More »

ExOne Introduces the X1 25PRO Metal Binder Jetting 3D Printer

3D printer manufacturer and 3D printing service provider ExOne is known for its binder jetting technology, including metal binder jetting. The company offers more than 10 different 3D printer models, and recently it announced the latest addition to its inventory: the X1 25PRO. The new 3D printer offers the fine powder capabilities – what ExOne calls “fine... Read More »

Interview with 3D Print Pioneer Kevin McAlea EVP Healthcare and Metals 3D Systems on Industrializing 3D Printing

There are not a lot of people out there with over 25 years of experience in 3D Printing. One of those people is Kevin McAlea. He is currently an EVP at 3D Systems and in charge of the company’s Healthcare and Metal Printing Business Units. In Healthcare 3D Systems is deploying 3D printing and 3D scanning... Read More »

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