<span class=“caps”>3D</span> printing — faster and cheaper than Amazon or shops downtown
Anyone who buys a 3D printer knows the start time in which one prints all sort of necessary and unnecessary objects. After a while this amount decreases and you print more pragmatically and focus on utility (the thing 3D printers are actually made for). In this blog post we walk you through a practical 3D […]Continue reading
Does a desktop <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printer pay off at home?
The broad range of possibilities a 3D printer offers is not clear to most people. This results in the most important question of all: Does a 3D printer at home pay off? The answer to this is “yes”, at least if you believe an American study. The article with the title “Emergence of Home Manufacturing […]Continue reading
Limits of desktop <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printers in business
We have already explored the possibilities and applications in a previous blog posts on our site. However, this post focuses on enterprise FDM printers, especially in offices. We want to show you where the limitations of desktop 3D printers are and for which applications they perfectly fit. Limits of desktop 3D printers during prototyping The […]Continue reading
How to secure qualitative <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printing results around the globe?
In this blog post, we’re not talking about quality issues for desktop 3D printers, but rather discuss large high-performance SLS machines. These 3D printers produce components e.g. for aircrafts, medicine etc. which all require high-quality standards. Qualitative 3D printing results around the globe We won’t discuss usual quality problems for objects but rather a specific […]Continue reading