3D Printer Price & Cost

3D Printer Cost of Ownership: What You Need to Consider

What are the upfront costs associated with my machinery? Where can I purchase consumables, resin or filament? When will my equipment become obsolete? This article will address all these questions and more.

BLADE 3.4 Released

Multilayer Brim to reduce warping: Please check setting “Brim Width” resp. “Brim Line Count” Added certification for easier uninstallation Batch-Arrangement: Optimized arrangement for better accessibility (PRO/ONE) Fixes for infill speed changes Materials: PRO ACE 1.0/LH06: HI-TEMP CF + BVOH ONE PowerExtruder 1mm: HI-TEMP CF LH:03,04,05,06 ONE PowerExtruder 0.6mm: HI-TEMP CF LH:03 STUDIO (G2): HI-TEMP-CF (Update) … Read more

3D Printed Concrete Formwork

BigRep and Forward AM Expand Strategic Partnership with new Material, CONCRETE FORMWORK

BigRep and Forward AM, the 3D printing business of BASF, are excited to introduce a new material, CONCRETE FORMWORK, targeted to the architecture and construction industry.

CNC vs 3D Printing

CNC vs 3D Printing – How to Decide

CNC machining and 3D Printing both have their Pros and Cons. When should you use subtractive or additive manufacturing?

Industrial 3D Printer vs Self-Assembled / DIY

4 Things to Consider Before Buying a Self-Assembled Large-Format 3D Printer

Would a self-assembled large-format 3D printer be worth the price tag savings? The answer depends on a variety of factors.

Dual Extruder 3D Printer

Dual Extruder 3D Printer – Two Heads Are Better

The old adage, two heads are better than one, simply indicates that two people can solve a problem better than an individual can. This is certainly the case when it comes to 3D printing, and why dual extruder technology is must-have for any engineer, designer, architect or artist.

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.


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


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.

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