Mcor ARKe is a full color 3D printer on the desktop that is low in cost to run and eco-friendly. It comes with the Mcor app that allows you to control the printers from your smart handheld device. “The Mcor ARKe takes us one step closer to … [Read more...] about Mcor adds new features to its ARKe 3D printer
Personal 3D printers
Rize Inc., is a developer of industrial desktop machines. It introduces what it calls, “the first zero post-processing 3D printer, Rize One.” According to a company spokesperson, this 3D printer reduces turnaround time by 50%, cuts costs, improves … [Read more...] about Rize 3d printer eliminates post processing on 3D printed parts
Stratasys Ltd., announced that The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at The State University of New York at New Paltz, has opened an additive manufacturing superlab, which has received Stratasys designation as a “SMART lab.” The Hudson … [Read more...] about SUNY New Paltz opens 3D Printing Superlab
German RepRap is extending its filament portfolio for its 3D printers. Its new PET-G filament is a thermoplastic material produced by polycondensation from the family of polyesters and is used in many applications. PET-G is polar and therefore … [Read more...] about New flame-retardent filament for German RepRap printers
For a long time it was assumed that only the large 3D printing/additive manufacturing machines, and especially the ones printing with metal materials, required proper ventilation or other efforts to ensure operator safety. These are usually installed … [Read more...] about FAQ: Do I require a special location to install a 3D printer?
3D printing is a needed tool for movie and TV special effects creators. These creators usually face very tight deadlines to design and then build special effects costumes, equipment, and so on for the entertainment industry. Engineers can learn a lot … [Read more...] about A behind the scenes look at 3D printing aliens for the TV show Colony
Roland DGA has introduced two new ImageCure resins for use with the company’s monoFab ARM-10 3D printer. The new additions – PRH35-ST2 Standard-type resin and PRR35-OP Rubber-like resin – join Roland’s existing PRF35-ST Flexible-type resin within the … [Read more...] about Roland DGA introduces two new resins for the MonoFab ARM-10 3D Printer
Listen in as two aerospace engineers (who sound alike because they are twins) describe how they developed the Sprite, a small, durable drone that collapses to the size of a water bottle. This drone offers an alternative to larger, generally … [Read more...] about 3D printing and injection molding: Behind the making of a compact drone
Kodak has signed a joint development agreement with Carbon3D, Inc. The companies will work together on materials development to address new opportunities for Carbon’s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology used in 3D printing … [Read more...] about Kodak and Carbon announce joint development agreement
3D printing food? The key question here is why would you want to? You can certainly use a 3D printer to “pipe” food into interesting shapes or designs. Bakeries have been doing this for a couple of years now. It’s great for parties and … [Read more...] about 3D Printing Food: Is It Possible?