Interview Davide Ardizzoia of 3ntr “Most of our customers are 3D printing 24/7”

3ntr is different from most in 3D printing in that it is a family-owned company that has been around for over 60 years. The firm used to make metal and…

3ntr Unveils the Spectral 30 at Formnext: 4 Nozzles, 500° C

3ntr is a dynamic presence at Formnext this year in Frankfurt, Germany (running from November 19-22), introducing the new Spectral 30 3D printer, produced via the Clean Sky project–a European…

Interview With Kevin Neugebauer of myprintoo on 3D Printing in Germany

German 3D Printing reseller and store myprintoo is a popular Hamburg based destination site for buying 3D printers and supplies. As with the other 3D printing retailers and resellers that…

3D Printing News Briefs: July 10, 2018

We’re starting things off with a little business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, then moving on to news from the medical and construction industries, and finishing up with a…

3ntr Introducing Two 3D Printer Hardware Products to Complement New 3D Software at formnext 2017

It’s finally November, which means that formnext 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany is less than two weeks away. New product and business announcements ahead of the show have been rolling in…

The A2v2 by 3ntr is Changing the Price and the Face of Professional 3D Printing

I had been speaking with Davide Ardizzoia, the founder of 3D printer manufacturer 3ntr, the possibility of reviewing their huge A2v2 3D printer for a few months. My friend Mauro Maffini, at the Solid3DPrinting shop, agreed to host and put to work the big, bad A2v2 machine from 3ntr for two weeks. What follows is the tale of our experience using a cost-effective industrial grade 3D printer. The combination of price and end-use part performance truly enabling the transition from desktop 3D printing to real additive manufacturing.


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