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New Induction Nozzles Could Improve 3D Printing Quality and Reliability

After wowing me last year at Formnext with its nozzle technology, Vienna-based startup Plasmics has launched a Kickstarter for its INo Trident induction-heat nozzle for extrusion 3D printing. The same…


The Desktop 3D Printing Aftermarket: E3D or Bust

From the heady days of RepRap to today’s $200 printers, hundreds of firms have tried to develop and sell 3D printers. Hundreds more have resold 3D printers or made filament….