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 •  December 4

Looking for 3D printing events near you? Here’s the comprehensive guide to the major additive manufacturing and 3D printing conferences, trade shows, and expos worldwide in 2017 and 2018. From innovations in medicine and high-volume manufacturing to rapid prototyping technologies breaking new ground to maker community meet-ups – there’s likely a...

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 •  November 21

For each 3D printing project you undertake, the material properties and physical attributes that you seek will vary. Sometimes you need a visually striking filament, sometimes you need functionality and durability, and of course, sometimes, you need both. This is where PETG filament has made itself a household name. You might be familiar with...

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 •  November 18

Zortrax releases three new materials for the Inventure 3D printer – durable Z-ULTRAT Plus, Z-SEMIFLEX, and Z-SUPPORT Plus. Earlier this year, the Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax released the highly anticipated Inventure, a compact 3D printer with industrial-grade ambition. Since joining the Zortrax family–which includes the M200 and M300–the...

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 •  November 11

Zimpure is a special air purifier for desktop 3D printers, currently on Kickstarter. We take a look at the science behind the health claims. Worried about toxic emissions with 3D printing? Then the Zimpure V2 might be of interest. Desktop 3D printing releases harmful gases and ultrafine particles, which may cause acute and chronic health problems...

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 •  November 9

Most desktop 3D printer users are familiar with the benefits and disadvantages of PLA and ABS materials. But, when it comes to producing flexible and durable objects, PET and PETG filaments are gaining popularity among filament producers and the 3D printing community. In this guide, we’ll explain the science behind the material, when you should use...

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 •  October 26

Now there’s a 3D printer on the International Space Station, Made in Space and Braskem are exploring ways for recycling 3D printed plastic. In 2018, astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) could be using a special recycler of plastic objects and packaging. This wouldn’t just clear out the clutter in the astronaut’s recreation room; it...

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 •  October 17

In the last few years, metal 3D printing has become increasingly popular. And rightly so: each material offers a unique combination of practical and aesthetic properties to suit a variety of products, be it prototypes, miniatures, jewelry, functional parts or even kitchenware. The reason metal 3D printing is so hot is that parts will be serially 3D...

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 •  October 12

We’ve all been there. You fiddle about with a gizmo or furniture piece of some sort in the home and a piece just snaps off. Shoddy flimsy plastic is the culprit, and the irritation it brings is endless. Gluing the piece doesn’t help, and you resign to living with the original doodad as a shadow of its former self; functionally fine, probably, but...

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 •  September 13

The 3D printing industry is a male-dominated industry, but it's gradually changing. These are the 40 most influential women in 3D printing. Since its inception the 3D printing industry has been male-dominated, reflecting the global picture across the engineering and manufacturing sectors in general. However, with the continuous progression in...

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 •  September 3

The Creality CR-10 has captured the hearts of the 3D printing community online. But how good is it really? Read our full review to find out. Such is the modern way of product marketing. Social media and YouTube are King, get your product in their hands and the rest will take care of itself. One of the latest affordable 3D printers to run the...