"Vector 3, which took six months to design, is available for customers to buy through an accompanying magazine subscription to 3D Create & Print – a weekly magazine teaching you how to build, and use, your own 3D printer."
"The MM1’s modular design comes with various interchangeable extrusion heads and additional accessories that let it print in materials such as wood-based filament, nylon, polycarbonate, conductive materials, chocolate, Play-Doh, ceramic, and standard PLA and ABS plastics.
MakerMex designed the MM1 to be capable of adapting to future developments in 3D printing technology. The team built the 3D printer using a modular design in which different pieces and applications can be interchanged to incorporate new features."
"The new POROLAY line of filaments by inventor Kai Parthy, include Lay-Felt, Lay-Fomm, Gel-Layy and Lay-Tekkks. “This new revolutionary line consists of foamy, felty filaments with a porous structure,” explained the team at FormFutura. “With this filament you can build porous flexible objects.”
"Today the Gothenburg, Sweden based company Magicfirm Europe has launched a new desktop 3D printer: ZYYX 3D.The new ZYYX 3D printer features an enclosed build chamber with an active carbon filter system. . The enclosure not only maintains temperature stability and helps improving final print quality, it also creates a slight pressure difference with the help of a low speed fan. The filter system removes gases emission from ABS and polyamide (nylon) processing."
"A company called Genkei, which has been designing personal 3D printers in Japan for quite some time now, as well as individuals from the Tokyo University of Arts and Design, have developed a huge 4 meter (over 13 foot) tall delta 3D printer."
Last summer a student organization based out of the University of Washington, WOOF (Washington Open Object Fabricators), successfully created the world's first 3D Printed Boat. The boat was printed on a large-format FDM printer, which was hacked together from a plasma cutter, and prints with post-consumer milk jugs.
People can do amazing things with special kinds of filament. Take thermo-sensitive filament for instance. Thermo-what? Yes, filament that changes its color when it heathens up. 46-year-old engineer Reginald Taylor used this kind of filament to create an extraordinary thing: a birdhouse that changes its color when it is occupied.
A recent project by engineering student Daniel Olson is a 100% 3D printed: the Three Valve Trumpet. His Three Valve Trumpet has the complete look and feel of an actual trumpet, and it is based on Olson's own Bach Stradivarius model 37.
"Made from plant starches, Biome3D is a biodegradable plastic that combines easy processing and a superior print finish, while offering much higher print speeds. Developed in partnership with 3Dom Filaments."
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