Tag: Reviews

REVIEW: ZMorph VX, a strong 3D printer with multi tool capabilities

3D printing, CNC carving and laser engraving – the ZMorph VX makes some bold claims about its capabilities. This multiple function desktop system was launched by its Polish namesake manufacturer, ZMorph, at TCT 2017. Now 3D Printing Industry engineers have been given the chance to put it to the test. According to its core claims,... Read More »

3D printing beats traditional screen printing in biosensor for diabetics

Professor Yuehe Lin, assistant professor Arda Gozen and their team at Washington State University (WSU) have leveraged 3D printing to create a more effective glucose screening device. For use by people who suffer from diabetes, these microdevices have proven to be more sensitive and economical with materials than those produced using traditional screen printing. As... Read More »

REVIEW: Mayku FormBox – the only tool missing from your 3D printing workshop

UK based startup Mayku, with its desktop vacuum forming machine, is empowering makers to do more with their 3D printers. Compact and easy to use, the FormBox system can be used to make a variety of molds, for concrete and plaster casting, soap making and chocolate craft, or packaging for figurines and other handmade items.... Read More »

Review: the Apium P220 a capable, high performing industrial polymer 3D printer

The Apium P220 is an industrial 3D printer recommended for use with high performance polymers including PEEK, carbon fiber reinforced PEEK, POM-C, PVDF, and PEI 9085. A functional, robust and highly resistant part output, the system has been a forerunner for Germany’s Apium Additive Technologies GmbH since the beginning of 2017. In a visit to... Read More »

Review: Copymaster 3D 300 desktop 3D printer

The Copymaster 3D 300 is a sub $1,000 (or sub £500) FFF/FDM system from UK-based 3D printer provider Copymaster 3D. With a build area of 300 x 300 x 400 mm the Copymaster 3D 300 is a larger-than-average desktop system, offering ample build volume for industrial, prototyping and functional 3D printing applications. The 3D Printing... Read More »

Review: The DOBOT Magician all in one robot for education

The DOBOT Magician is a multifunctional robot arm built to be capable of 3D printing, laser engraving and pick and place. Marketed as an “all in one robot for education” the system is designed to introduce students to programming. At 3D Printing Industry, our engineering team recently tested the DOBOT Magician to see how suitable... Read More »

Review: Amazon Basics 3D printer filament PLA and PETG

Recently, leading online marketplace Amazon sparked the 3D printing rumor-mill with the launch of its own brand Basics FFF/FDM filament. To investigate the new materials range ourselves, 3D Printing Industry ordered two spools of the filament. In this review the print quality of Amazon Basics Black PLA and Red PETG are examined using standard parameters... Read More »

REVIEW: The 3DGence INDUSTRY F340, a powerful PEEK 3D printing workhorse

The 3DGence INDUSTRY F340 is a dual nozzle industrial 3D printer suitable for working with a range of functional materials including the high grade thermoplastic PEEK. 3D Printing Industry recently visited Poland to test the 3DGence F340 and find out if this industrial additive manufacturing system lives to the manufacturer’s claims. As an FFF/FDM 3D... Read More »

Review: 3Dsimo KIT and Mini 2 multitasking 3D pens

3Dsimo pens are designed for experimentation and creativity. In this review, 3D Printing Industry engineers take a look at two out of three of the products currently offered by this young Czech startup – the DIY 3Dsimo KIT and the “palm-size workshop” 3Dsimo Mini 2. From unpacking and assembly, through to soldering, burning and 3D... Read More »

REVIEW: 3DGence DOUBLE a high quality dual extruder 3D printer that delivers

3DGence launched the 3DGence DOUBLE FDM/FFF 3D printer in March 2018. 3D Printing Industry recently visited the company’s headquarters in Poland to learn more about the company behind the DOUBLE and to find out if their desktop 3D printer lives up to its claims. Our review of the 3DGence found that this versatile 3D printer... Read More »

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