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Big 3D Printing: Bigger is Better

Bigger is Better in 3D Printing

Bigger 3D Printers give you Bigger Possibilities. No matter if you’re developing new products, or produce in full size!

Medical 3D Printing: Smart Wheelchair

Medical 3D Printing Reinvents the Wheelchair – and Orthosis

Medical 3D printing applications have dramatically improved accessibility to healthcare devices in recent years. as large-format 3D printing has become increasingly accessible and reliable, the medical industry is making up for lost time. This past year has seen some incredible innovation in the medical industry made possible by large-format additive manufacturing with BigRep technology.

BLADE 3.3 Released

Update to Cura 4.8 Much better object cloning Added certification for easier installation Renamed PRO Early 2020 to PRO 1.1 (affects only new added printers) Fixed crashes in gcode preview Fixed missing Tree Support Automatic Batch Arrangement when Auto Orientation is used, also moves models onto the bed Prime Tower Configurator: Set default position of … Read more

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How Walter Automobiltechnik Streamlines Quality Assurance with 3D Printed Automotive Production Tools

Integrating 3D printing into the automotive industry’s product development and prototyping workflows is now a widely accepted strategy to reduce costs and lead times. Despite the acceptance, later stages of industrial production remain ripe for additive innovation. One recent area of rapid growth is in 3D printed production tools for use in serial production.

BLADE 3.2

GCode Preview Seams 2.0 (nicer/ much faster) File Preview: Dual extrusion/Sequential Printing Bug Fixes Visualize contact faces again Made “Prime Tower Configurator” settings visible Materials ONE PEX 1.0/LH06: PLA Ultralight Studio G2 0.6/LH03: PLA Ultralight PRO Early 2020 ACE 1.0/LH06: ASA, PA6/66, PRO HT, PETG PRO Early 2020 ACE 0.6/LH03: PETG Download Installer   Download Source Code

What is Vacuum Forming & Thermoforming?

What is Thermoforming & Vacuum Forming? How to 3D Print Molds Easily.

Vacuum forming has been used for nearly a century to make many of the products we see and use daily. From grocery store items to car parts, vacuum formed components are all around us. But how are they made – and how is 3D printing making them better?

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Nikola Motor Invests in a BigRep PRO to Help Lead the Future of Sustainable Heavy-Duty Trucking

Nikola Motor invested in the BigRep PRO large-format additive manufacturing system to streamline the design and manufacturing processes of their zero-emission battery-electric and hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles.

Carbon Fiber 3D Printing

Carbon Fiber 3D Printer: Everything You Need To Know

Plastics reinforced with either chopped or continuous carbon fiber offer engineering-grade performance with all the benefits of 3D printing.

But what are these materials, what advantages do they offer, where are they best used, and how can you work with them?

3D Printed Solar Powered Car Prototype

3D Printed Car Parts for Solar-Electric Vehicles

3D printed car parts are helping engineers to rapidly prototype solar powered cars, amplifying research into replacing fossil fuels with pure solar energy in consumer vehicles.

BLADE 3.1

GCode Preview Seams visualization Enhanced colouring Prime-Tower Automatic positioning Automatic sizing Updated to Cura 4.7.1 Studio G2: Reduced max speed to reduce shifting (this will slow down prints by <1%) Materials: Studio G2: HI-TEMP CF ONE/Studio G2:  PLA Antibacterial, TPU A85 Download Installer   Download Source Code

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