desktop 3D printer

SLASH 3D Printer Blazing Away on Kickstarter–Five Days Left to Back at $1199 with Stretch Goodies

Kickstarter has become the go-to for ambitious startups worldwide hoping to raise funds for what are often amazing new innovations, as well as showing the world what they have to…

Ultimaker Names John Kawola as North American President and Opens New Boston Office

Without question Ultimaker is one of the most respected 3D printer manufacturers in the industry. Their family of high-quality 3D printers regularly find themselves atop many of the Best Of…

Review: The Zortrax M200 3D Printer Broadens Young Minds & Delights, Operates Flawlessly

Very often we write about 3D printers–sometimes countless times–that are in the news but we have not yet had the good (hopefully!) fortune to switch on for ourselves and get…

New Ultrasonic 3D Printing Process Can Create and Print High-Tech Composite Materials

3D printing materials are one of the most rapidly growing segments of the 3D printing industry, and we have more high-tech and advanced material options than ever before. But usable…

Tiertime Unveils the New and Improved UP mini 2 3D Printer at CES 2016

When it comes to desktop 3D printers, the smaller the better for a lot of people. Compact printers have always been popular, and Tiertime’s UP mini 3D printer is no exception. The…

Chinese Company to Unveil First-Ever Desktop Inkjet 3D Printer Next Year

Just like inkjet printing ended up winning out within the desktop 2D printing space, I have been saying for a while now that ultimately the same thing will happen within…

mostfun Pro: World’s First Intel Inside Desktop 3D Printer Set to Launch on Kickstarter

“A good 3D printer should be reliable and easy to use,” said Lvzhou Chen, CEO of mostfun. “It should require no manual to go through to get it started and should always deliver…

Create it REAL & WEISTEK Partner to Release IdeaWerk Speed 3D Printer

Almost as soon as 3D printing began to catch on, it became not only a rapidly growing technology but one being constantly refined by its community–and what was first on…