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, 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 allow designers to immediately test prototypes and rapidly produce iterations of experimental engineering.
- User Stories
The man who prints houses visits BigRep
We at BigRep are used to think in large scales. Our printers have a printing volume of up to 1,5 cubic meters (53 cubic feet) and they are the largest serial 3D printers on the market at the moment.
Resellers from all over the world at BigRep HQ
The pace is high at BigRep. We barely had unpacked our stuff from moving into our new, 1000 square meters loft in Berlin-Kreuzberg…
BigRep on Tech Open Air
Tech Open Air Berlin is Europe’s leading interdisciplinary technology festival: this year we expect 2,500+ visitors, 100+ international speakers
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BigRep Introduces BigRep FLOW, an End-to-End Solution for Production Aids
BigRep FLOW is a new customizable SaaS solution that makes application engineering for 3D printed jigs, fixtures, and manufacturing aids easier than ever, with no design skills or 3D printing experience required.
BigRep Introduces a New Generation of Large-Format 3D Printers Tailored to Their Users’ Applications
The new and improved BigRep PRO, a meter cubed powerhouse 3D printer, is designed with the industrial user’s needs in mind. Its versatility allows for full-scale, large parts including functional prototypes, factory tooling, patterns, molds, and end-use parts.
BigRep and Teton Simulation establish a Partnership to Integrate SmartSlice™ into Large-Format 3D Printing
SmartSlice™ helps industrial users to quickly define load cases for parts they intend to print and validate the as-printed performance of these parts against mechanical limits of the material but also against part deflections.