Creating small objects can be tedious, arduous and time-consuming. Why bother when you can 3D print them? Additive Manufacturing has numerous appliances and is not limited only to large scale. With our best tips for 3D printing small objects, you will successfully improve your 3D model and get your parts 3D printed without any issues.
We know how different the projects of our clients can be and we continuously want to improve our service to meet your production needs. That’s why we launched 4 brand new Laser Cutting materials! Get familiar with our 2 Acrylics, a plywood material, and already existing POM. They are all very different, with various mechanical properties and one of them will surely fit your manufacturing needs. Discover them now and learn how they can improve your production!
Choosing the right material for your 3D printed project is crucial for it to be fully functional, or for your prototypes to resemble the ultimate product as much as possible and be able to perform the tests. To help you make that decision we offer 3D printing materials sample kits. Not only that, but they also come with a 25€ voucher on your first order! Discover them now.
New 3D printing techniques are unveiled quite regularly. Indeed, this cutting-edge technology fascinates researchers around the world, and new discoveries are made leading to innovative applications in various sectors such as medical or architecture.
Today, we are going to tell you about a new 3D printing technique developed by researchers from Harvard University: the rotational 3D printing method. This manufacturing process could revolutionize 3D printing by allowing to create stronger parts. How does it work? How will it help to print stiff and resistant 3D printed objects? All you need to know about rotational 3D printing is in this blog post.
How to Scan with the HP Z 3D Camera tutorial and walking through what kinds of items make for a good ‘scannable’. HP Z 3D Camera is an easily-added accessory that can be applied to any Windows 10 PC and offers real-time collaboration and 2D/3D scanning capabilities.