Category: 3D

February 2, 2011 • 3D Kodak printer

Budget Printer Kodak ESP C310 AiO Prints 3D Pictures

Eastman Kodak Company announced a new inkjet printer Kodak ESP C310 All-In-One. According to the manufacturer, the model makes prints of high quality, has compact design, and supports wireless connectivity for easy use at home. Proprietary pigment inks, available in black and color cartridges, have standard and increased volume and offer a wider choice for… Continue reading Budget Printer Kodak ESP C310 AiO Prints 3D Pictures

November 3, 2010 • 3D printer technology

Urbee: First Car Printed With 3D-Printer

Specialists from Kor Ecologic and Stratasys decided not to dwell on success achieved by other companies and attempted to use a 3D-printer to print a real car. Futuristic Urbee promises to become the first ever car “printed” using the Stratasys Dimension 3D-printer and Fortus 3-D Production System solutions. A full-scale prototype has not yet been… Continue reading Urbee: First Car Printed With 3D-Printer

October 18, 2010 • 3D printer

Home Made 3D DLP-Printer

Today no one is surprised by printers producing three-dimensional objects – there has been a variery of development approaches to the subject: glass printer, foam printer, even food printer, to name a few. However, craftsmen continue to find ingenious ways to implement known technologies. For example, Junior Veloso from Singapore, who stepped aside from  the… Continue reading Home Made 3D DLP-Printer

October 12, 2010 • 3D printing technology

Glass 3D-Printing

A team of engineers and the art from the University of Washington has developed a way to create objects made of glass using a conventional 3D-printer. Technique allows the application of new materials with similar devices. The technology is called “vitraglyphic process”. Three-dimensional printers are used as a cheap and easy way for prototyping. In… Continue reading Glass 3D-Printing

July 23, 2010 • 3D printer

Not-So-Expensive 3D Printers ZPrinter 150 and ZPrinter 250 Were Introduced

The Z Corporation introduced two new devices for three-dimensional printing: ZPrinter 150 and ZPrinter 250 and described them as “available for purchase and operation”. The first 3D-printer falls into the “business quality” category according to the classification of the manufacturer, and the second has earned the title of “cheapest multicolor” 3D-printer. Among the potential users… Continue reading Not-So-Expensive 3D Printers ZPrinter 150 and ZPrinter 250 Were Introduced

May 28, 2010 • 3D printing technology

BFB 3000 Panther: 3D-color Printer For Less Than $4000

Ability to obtain three-dimensional objects using the printing device is no longer something exotic. In particular, this technology is used in the design and manufacture of prototypes and casting models. However, for the mass market the technology is virtually inaccessible because of the high cost of three-dimensional printers and consumables, although prices have been declining.… Continue reading BFB 3000 Panther: 3D-color Printer For Less Than $4000

May 11, 2010 • 3D HP printer

HP Introduced Own 3D Printer

Earlier this year, Hewlett-Packard Company entered the market of 3D-printers by making a cooperation agreement with the Stratasys, and in May the first product of joint work of engineers of the two companies — Printer Designjet 3D — will be available on the markets of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. The printer… Continue reading HP Introduced Own 3D Printer

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