ANET N4 V1.60 DLP 3D Printer Product Review

This is a brief overview of the Anet N4 V1.60 resin printer. I have praises mostly for Anet with a few areas of improvement that are brought up in my overall product review.

How Sexy Does 3D Printing Need To Be?

A fast-growing industry is appealing, from a business sense, of course; investors, inventors, and customers alike all flock to get in on the Next Big Thing. With several 3D printing…

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Which Manufacturing Process is Right for Your Industry?

When it comes to custom manufacturing, different industries require prototypes and end-use production parts at a range of speeds and manufacturing standards, and there are many manufacturing processes to consider…

3D Printing Helps Reimagine Relationships with Industry

Before the rise of mass industry, the urban centers were desirable locations for shop keeps and wealthy citizens who could afford to be, and greatly desired to be, near the…

Is the Death of the Music Industry a Warning to be Heeded Regarding 3D Printing & Manufacturing?

I was just having a conversation with a friend yesterday regarding the music industry. We’d both seen a clip of Joe Walsh discussing basically how hopeless, bleak, and dead the…

Will 3D Printing Make Obsolescence Obsolete?

Machine spare part obsolescence is a major headache for manufacturers. The stockout costs or consequences of non-available spare parts are invariably higher with longer periods of downtime. As time equals…

Lloyd’s Register Energy Says Study Project Will Push 3D Printing Technology Forward

Lloyd’s Register Energy says additive manufacturing is “being held back from widespread adoption in safety critical, asset intensive industries.” The general thrust of the London-based firm’s claim is that, as…

OPM Launches OXFAB-N & OXFAB-ESD: PEKK-Based 3D Printing Materials for Aerospace & Industry

Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) has been in the news before for their work with high-tech materials that can be used in 3D printing, especially poly-ether-ketone-ketone (PEKK). Their PEKK (and other)…


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