HAND PICKED 3D PRINTING KNOWLEDGE
Additive Manufacturing (AM) isn’t just one process. It’s a whole workflow that can impact product development from design to manufacturing. Dive into how AM works, where it can be used, and what the future might bring.
In this guide, you learn about common 3D printing post processing methods for use at home or in the workshop to help you find the right workflow to perfect your parts.
NERA shows that the low cost and fast results of Additive Manufacturing allows designers to immediately test prototypes and rapidly produce iterations of experimental engineering.
- User Stories
Symbiosis of Art and Technology Through Large-Format 3D Printing
US contemporary Artist Welly Fletcher builds a bridge to prehistoric cave art with a Large-Format 3D printed sculpture made with the BigRep ONE.
Finished to Perfection: Post Processing Techniques for 3D Printed Car Parts
Post processing techniques for the automotive aftermarket involve sequential steps that make the 3D printed part’s surface structurally robust and visually aesthetic. Learn how to perfectly finish and achieve superior prints for a range of car customizations.
3D Printing Powers Wind Turbine Research at TU Berlin
Re-engineering massive 80-meter wind turbine blades in a lab might seem like a monumental task but not for the Ph.D. students at TU Berlin who turned to 3D printing.
Winds of Change for Vestas: 3D Printed Tooling Transforms Wind Turbines
When Vestas needed to replace the jigs and fixtures that help construct their towering wind turbines, 3D printed tooling delivered where traditionally manufactured metal ones failed.
Learn how the renewable energy giant leverages 3D printing for tooling, sustainable manufacturing processes and beyond.
3D Printing Reinvents the Bass Drum Without Missing a Beat
Oliver Deeg, a drummer, AM enthusiast, and product engineer enlisted BigRep to design and bring his vision to life – A 3D Printed 24-inch Bass Drum with 6 USPs.
The Definitive Guide to 3D Printing: The Past, Present, and Future
From its humble beginnings as a niche technology for prototyping to its current spectrum of capabilities, 3D printing has spawned a new generation of manufacturing.
In this article we explore the origins of 3D printing, its big moments in history, applications, and the future it holds.
- Company News
- From the Web
BigRep Turns Up The Heat With HAGE3D Acquisition
BigRep announces the acquisition of HAGE3D, expanding BigRep’s full-solution ecosystem to include high-temperature applications, offering a powerhouse of innovation and possibilities.
SFM Technology Create the First Helicopter Blade Restraint Cradle With 3D Printing Technology
Urgently requested to provide cradles for helicopters, SFM Technology turned directly to the BigRep PRO.