Scale your LCD 3D printing with the Anycubic Photon M3 Plus 3D Printer Hardware

Scale Your LCD 3D Printing with the Anycubic Photon M3 Plus

Over the past few months, we have been able (thanks to the very efficient marketing and partnerships team at Anycubic) to test several Anycubic systems, for both filament extrusion and photopolymerization technologies. While we have not had the opportunity to compare them with many other similarly priced systems, we sometimes feel we don’t need to. Every Anycubic system we’ve tried so far has far exceeded our expectations and they just keep getting better. The latest one that we had the opportunity to test is the new Anycubic Photon M3 Plus, which was released last March, together with the M3 and M3 Max (and with the filament extrusion systems Kobra and Kobra Max). It has been a very, very fun and positive experience, to the point that we now think that the M3 Plus’ competitors are not other similarly priced systems but even the much more expensive systems.


Creality Celebrates its 8th Anniversary

In the blink of an eye, Creality is in its 8th year, although there have been ups and downs, Creality still adheres to the spirit of the 3D printing industry evangelist and user-oriented concept. From being based in Shenzhen to radiating globally, the company’s products have been exported to 192 countries and regions, helping over 1.6 million users to turn their imagination into reality.

DLyte 100PRO released by GPAINNOVA Additive Manufacturing

DLyte 100PRO Released by GPAINNOVA

GPAINNOVA, one of the leading technology groups specializing in surface finishing solutions for metal parts, has released the DLyte 100PRO, one of the largest and most advanced compact machines for industrial applications based on dry electropolishing. This new equipment overcomes some of the current constraints of traditional polishing machines and offers a wider range of options to automate post-processing in industrial sectors.

Raplas takes its SLA hardware to the next level 3D Printer Hardware

Raplas Takes its SLA Hardware to the Next Level

Based in the UK—with offices in the US and Asia along with distributors around the world—Raplas is an additive equipment manufacturing company whose sights are very much set on production and overcoming the hurdles that are slowing the industrialization of AM down. You may not yet have heard about it as much as other industrial SLA system manufacturers, but Raplas is emerging as one of the hottest realities in the global AM scene. The company has been experiencing a period of rapid growth, with a large number of clients and a considerable installed base of industrial SLA systems aground the world. Now Raplas is scaling even further, with a new state-of-the-art facility and gen 2.0 of its industrial SLA hardware systems.

Ingersoll and MELD are developing a metal 3D printer for vehicle-size parts 3D Printer Hardware

Ingersoll and MELD are Developing a Metal 3D Printer for Vehicle-size Parts

Norbert J. Kott, US Army DEVCOM-GVSC Materials, Additive Manufacturing (Detroit Arsenal, Warren, MI) reports in an article that appeared on the SME’s website that they US Army is working with LFAM 3D printer manufacturers Ingersoll (part of the Camozzi Group) and Virginia-based MELD Manufacturing on the Jointless Hull project. Goal of the project is the development of a metal 3D printer that is capable of producing parts as large as an entire vehicle.