High Speed 3D Printing

  • BCN3D and Henkel to further develop Viscous Lithography Manufacturing. VLM enables the printing of high viscosity resins.

    3D printing solutions manufacturer BCN3D Technologies and one of the global leaders in adhesives, sealants, and functional coatings, Henkel Adhesive Technologies, are set to collaborate on the development of formulations for the recently released Viscous Lithography Manufacturing (VLM) 3D printing technology. This official collaboration is the latest step in what…

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  • NXE 200 3D printer with LSPc technology launched by Nexa3D. Offering 6.5x the speed of competitive resin 3D printing technologies.

    Nexa3D, a maker of ultra-fast 3D printers, has released the NXE 200 industrial 3D printer, an affordable entryway into Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology. The NXE 200 is a natural expansion of Nexa3D’s portfolio, which also currently includes the NXE 400 industrial 3D printer and NXD 200 dental 3D printer,…

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  • Nanoscribe, a BICO company, introduced the Extra Large Features (XLF) Print Set, to expand the manufacturing range for its high-precision 3D printer Quantum X shape, from nano- and microscale structures to millimeter- and centimeter-sized objects, while maintaining particularly complex structures and filigree details. But above all, the new XLF Print…

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  • Today, leading 3D printing solutions manufacturer BCN3D has launched a new 3D printing technology to advance alongside its FFF solutions: Viscous Lithography Manufacturing (VLM) TM. This never-seen-before technology has been derived to specifically address BCN3D’s vision of unlocking manufacturing autonomy, where all manufacturers can experience full control over every stage…

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  • Carbon, a leading 3D printing technology company for high volume production, is further evolving its idea-to-production platform with the launch of the all-new M-Series printers leveraging the next generation of DLS printing technology. The next generation of Carbon printers will come in two models, the Carbon M3 and the M3…

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  • Nexa3D, makers of ultrafast polymer 3D printers, present XiP, the company’s first desktop 3D printer The new system desktop 3D printer joins the industrial NXE 400 and dental-focused NXD 200 in offering high-speed polymer 3D printing speeds based on Nexa3D’s proprietary lubricant sublayer photo-curing (LSPc) technology. By taking these capabilities…

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  • Sinterit, the market leader in benchtop SLS (recently also expanding into industrial systems), is unveiling the new Lisa X 3D printed November 9th. 3dpbm can exclusively reveal that the new system is a new compact SLS 3D printer that has been optimized to achieve industrial 3D printing speeds, up to…

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  • GE Additive has been working to offer an industrial Binder Jet production solution to delivers quality parts at cost, at scale. The company is reporting that product development is on track and that it will launch its solution in the second half of 2021. As Desktop Metal and ExOne have…

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  • Azul 3D, a leading-edge 3D printing startup, has launched its first commercial product: the LAKE printer. The new system leveraging HARP high-speed photopolymerization technology, promises to support unparalleled throughput speeds and a vast array of materials, representing a new paradigm that will allow manufacturers of industrial, consumer, and automotive goods…

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  • Nexa3D launched its next-generation membrane, the Everlast-2 at RAPID + TCT 2021. The Everlast Membranes are built to improve production print speed on the company’s fast photopolymerization systems. They can also help to improve surface finish and fidelity, with longer functional durability, lasting 50,000 or more printed layers or some…

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