Category Archives: 3D Printers

The Raise3D Pro2 3D printer and the rise of Flexible Manufacturing

This year, California headquartered 3D printer provider Raise3D is launching the Pro2 Series of dual-extrusion systems. An upgrade of the acclaimed N2 Series of 3D printers, independently considered to be one of the best 3D printers in the market in 2018 by both 3D Hubs and Make Magazine, the Pro2 Series is a Raise3D solution for […]

First thermoset 3D printer unveiled at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Magnum Venus Products (MVP), a manufacturer of composite application equipment based in Tennessee, has installed the first large-scale thermoset 3D printer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Manufacturing Demonstration facility in Tennessee. With this new 3D printer, named the Thermobot, ORNL researchers will be able 3D print with previously unworkable materials. At the grand unveiling Vlastimil Kunc, […]

New challenger, Aeroprobe, approaches in the world of metal 3D printing

Aeroprobe, a measurement solutions provider known for its sensors used in aerospace, automotive, turbomachinery, wind turbine, and wind tunnel testing industries, has launched a new metal 3D printing subsidiary. Named MELD Manufacturing Corporation, the company holds patents for a metal 3D printing process and has developed its first model machine, the B8, which is made […]

New challenger, Aeroprobe, approaches in the world of metal 3D printing

Aeroprobe, a measurement solutions provider known for its sensors used in aerospace, automotive, turbomachinery, wind turbine, and wind tunnel testing industries, has launched a new metal 3D printing subsidiary. Named MELD Manufacturing Corporation, the company holds patents for a metal 3D printing process and has developed its first model machine, the B8, which is made […]

HP showcases full-scale MJF 3D printing production solutions at AMUG

At the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference in St. Louis, HP has made a statement about the future of 3D printing and its role in series production.  A topic previously discussed at length in a guest article by Ramon Pastor, vice president and general manager of HP Multi Jet Fusion, Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing […]

HP showcases full-scale MJF 3D printing production solutions at AMUG

At the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference in St. Louis, HP has made a statement about the future of 3D printing and its role in series production.  A topic previously discussed at length in a guest article by Ramon Pastor, vice president and general manager of HP Multi Jet Fusion, Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Ripple, Verizon, HP and Hyundai

Today’s Sliced asks the following questions: What is Verizon doing to bring 3D printing to education? How can 3D printing help detect diseases? And what does the cryptocurrency have to do with 3D printing crowdfunding? Ripple funds 200 3Doodler projects Ripple, the company behind the cryptocurrency of the same name, recently donated a total of […]

Stratasys officially announces new 3D printing technology and Vulcan Labs spinoff

Leading 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys (NASDAQ:SSYS) has officially announced the formation of two subsidiaries. Vulcan Labs, Inc. is a spin-off designed to advance the adoption of Powder-Bed Fusion (PBF) based technology throughout the metal engineering industry. Evolve Additive Solutions on the other hand emerges from nearly 10 years in stealth mode as promoter and developer of the […]