Makerbot has just announced their latest material additions, RapidRinse™, a revolutionary support material that allows users to drop their 3D printed part and watch it dissolve into tap water fast.
Triton Space Technologies, a Massachusetts-based space start-up, is using MakerBot METHOD X 3D Printer to produce highly complex rocket engine parts for an upcoming 2021 lunar landing mission.
Three new Kimya ABS composite materials by ARMOR have been qualified for use with the MakerBot METHOD X 3D printer using the MakerBot LABS experimental extruder.
Unlike unfilled thermoplastics,
MakerBot has expanded on its composite materials offering by adding Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber (CF) to its materials portfolio and giving users more options in printing metal replacement parts for
The reality is that 3D printers are not all created equal — even within the same category, like affordable desktop printers. How they’re conceived, designed and built is what separates
Leading 3D printing materials provider, Polymaker, has announced that they have qualified 3 polycarbonate filaments that was specially designed to be used for MakerBot METHOD X 3D printer.
8 workshops in two weeks and close to 50 attendees.
It wasn’t easy making the decision to hold an offline workshop with limited participants (because of safe-distancing measures) especially
Enjoying industrial 3D printing performance at an affordable price point used to be just a myth as the performance didn’t hold up. But MakerBot METHOD X was exactly engineered to