Impossible Objects Presents Model One 3D Printer, Tells Us Their Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing Will Compete with Injection Molding

Today at RAPID + TCT, Illinois-based Impossible Objects is introducing the Model One, its new pilot machine and the latest 3D printer claiming to transform manufacturing as we know it…

Fiber-Reinforced Nylon: 3D Hubs Releases Kevlar, Carbon & Fiberglass Materials for Strong Yet Affordable 3D Printing

If you enjoy 3D printing, chances are you’ve also gained quite an appreciation for the science—and wide range of choices—of materials that now accompany this technology. Most likely you began…

This Tow Hook, 3D Printed on a Mark One 3D Printer, Holds Up to a 3000lb Car

Ever since MarkForged burst onto the scenes with the announcement of their $5,400 Mark One 3D printer, the reality of what can and can not be 3D printed on a desktop…

MarkForged Releases Benchmark Data for Their Line of Carbon Fiber, Kevlar, Fiberglass, and Nylon Filament Formulations

The Mark One 3D printer from MarkForged prints in carbon fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass, and nylon formulations. With a build volume of 320 x 132 x 160 mm, it makes use of…

3D Printing Embedded Wires & Fibers for Electronics — New FEAM 3D Printing Process Outlined in Research Paper

We seen some incredible innovations within the 3D printing space in the last couple of years. One area which presents a tremendous amount of potential is that of 3D printed…

Impossible Objects Receives $2.8m Investment to 3D Print with Kevlar, Fiberglass & Carbon Fiber

Impossible Objects is, even for the 3D printing world, apparently doing the impossible. The focus of the company is to create the world’s first composite 3D printed objects, using an…


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