No doubt, astute readers have heard of Simplify3D, even if they’ve never used their software. They cemented their place as one of the most famous producers of slicing software with innovative features like the Dual Extrusion Wizard and Interactive Print Simulations as part of their own eponymous software. Simplify3D are now looking to wow print […]
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MIT’s Computer Science and AI Lab has just introduced a new computer aided design software that could revolutionise the way we design 3D models for functional vehicles and aircrafts. InstantCAD is a marvellous plug-in application that lets users control the specific geometries of the models they are dealing with. It is a means of simplifying […]
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A recent study points out that, 3D printers have enabled parents to save anywhere from 40 to 90% on children’s toys. The study also highlights how this trend is cutting down on manufacturer’s profits. Additionally, desktop 3D printers have given prosumers the ability to create a manufacturing hub. As a result, home entrepreneurs are taking […]
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Recent developments in metal printing technologies come in many forms. While the most notable ones are printers and printing technologies, sometimes processes go beyond simply printing. Case in point, Bodycote’s new Powdermet technology. Powdermet is a process that uses metal 3D printing, net shape and near net shape techniques to create high quality metal prints. […]
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General Electric is a company that has made a mark on 3D printing despite coming into the game a short while ago. Regardless of their short time in the business, they’ve invested in other firms and developed their own machines. One of these machines was announced last month at the Paris Air Show, a massive […]
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Stereo Summer has begun! Over the next weeks, we will talk about new discounts, enhancements, and surprises in the world of Stereolithography. First in line is our Gray Resin. You can now save 10% on all Gray Resin 3D prints for two weeks! From today until August 2nd, we will be offering a 10% discount on 3D printed Gray Resin parts with the promo code ‘GRAY10’. Simply use this discount code during your checkout process. This 10% discount is… valid for your next order until August 2nd valid on all 10 of our gray resin finishes combinable with our quantity discount To benefit from our 10% discount, upload your 3D model now and start saving with the code ‘GRAY10’. About Gray Resin Gray Resin, previously known as Prime Gray, is a very smooth resin that is easy to paint. The standard finish comes in Natural Gray (Air Force Gray), but in total there are nine finishing colors to choose from: white, black, blue, green, yellow, gray, red, orange and brown. However, you can also paint it yourself. We’ve got just the right tutorial for you here. Gray Resin is especially popular with scale modelers, architects and character artists. About Stereolithography Stereolithography, the technology behind most resin 3D prints, is often referred to as ‘the mother of all 3D printing technologies’ and is considered one of the most widely used techniques for producing high-quality 3D prints. Stereolithography printers work with razor-thin layers of liquid polymer that are cured by a computer-controlled UV laser which transforms the resin from a liquid to a solid state. You can learn more about this technology and see a video of a printer in action here. Stay tuned for more Stereolithography announcements throughout this summer! We will announce new deals and enhancements over the coming weeks.
It’s been a big year for metal printing. Multiple companies popping up all over the place along with new printers left, right and centre. While many companies are rushing to make their mark in different ways, cost is still a core factor in kick-starting the metal printing revolution. Metal prints are not as resource or […]
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3D printers are breaking ground everywhere it seems. Their wider applications have reached new levels, from teaching to modeling to art. Recently, students in Hong Kong have used 3D printing for all 3 purposes and broken the world record for largest 3D printed sculpture in the process. 3 students studying in Form Two at Bethel […]
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One of the parts that users most frequently alter on their printers is the nozzle. Testing out various nozzle diameters on machines can yield great results. For this reason, many companies distribute a range of upgrades to accommodate the needs of the nozzle savvy. In keeping with this, 3Dverkstan is releasing a new range of […]
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With so many new methods cropping up, additive manufacturing seems to only become a broader field everyday. With wide-ranging device categories that use everything from UV to electro-magnets, what a 3D printer is, has come to mean so many things. In keeping with this trend, we now have Ultrasonic Particle Manipulation joining the fold. The […]
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