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Formnext

Formnext

Frankfurt’s Formnext is pretty much the definitive global show for Additive Manufacturing and it’s getting bigger and bigger each year. Had work schedules allowed, we’d have been there for a good look round. Instead, we’ve trawled the internet looking for interesting developments from this year’s show. Here’s just a few of the trends spotted, announcements Read More…

The Latest Addition to our Lab: Meet the Stratasys F900

The Latest Addition to our Lab: Meet the Stratasys F900

We are delighted with our new Stratasys F900. Both the F900 and our Fortus 900mc have the largest build size of any FDM system. That’s an amazing 914.4 x 609.6 x 914.4 mm of build space for us to play with. Twice. The addition of the F900 has doubled our capacity and halved lead times Read More…

3D Innovation: Faster, Further, Healthier..?

3D Innovation: Faster, Further, Healthier..?

Innovation begets innovation. Just skimming the surface of what’s been in the 3D printing news recently and you’ll find the industry reaching all sorts of fields unimaginable only a few years ago. Here are a few stories we came across just this month.   Faster! Human beings have a fascination with speed. Cars, planes, trains, Read More…

Making Waves in the Transport Industry

Making Waves in the Transport Industry

Pardon the pun, but 3D printing is making great inroads into the transport industry. Not just on the roads though. This week you may have seen this video from the University of Maine revealing the first entirely 3D printed boat, printed by the world’s largest 3D printer. This printer can print objects up to a Read More…

The Weird World of Materials

The Weird World of Materials

Nylon CF, Antero 800, precious metals, tree pulp… orange peel? It’s exciting and sometimes plain baffling to see 3D printing materials being taken to weird, wonderful and let’s face it, pretty unexpected places. Orange peel? Didn’t see that one coming. It does, however, make quite a lot of sense. The ‘Feel the Peel’ project is Read More…