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Updating our 2021 handheld 3D scanners buyer's guide: key takeaways and market insights

Updating our 2021 handheld 3D scanners buyer’s guide: key takeaways and market insights

Published on: February 5, 2021

We just finished updating our handheld 3D scanner guide and selection, and would like to share the insights we gathered and reasons behind the update in this post. Introduction Aniwaa has been dedicated to 3D scanning for over 7 years, […]

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The rise of 3D body scanning: Why digital avatars are the future

The rise of 3D body scanning: Why digital avatars are the future

Published on: January 29, 2021

In this guest post, Russian body 3D scanner manufacturer Texel explains how 3D body scanning is revolutionizing business models in multiple industries, from fashion to science and research. According to Markets & Markets, the 3D body scanning and virtual fitting […]

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An Inconvenient Truth: The Risks Faced When Additive Manufacturing is Not Secure

An Inconvenient Truth: The Risks Faced When Additive Manufacturing is Not Secure

Published on: November 24, 2020

Lee-Bath Nelson, Co-Founder and VP Business at LEO Lane, explains why intellectual property security in the additive manufacturing (AM) workflow is crucial. With new frontiers constantly being pushed, few would deny that the opportunities presented by 3D printing/additive manufacturing are […]

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A look at PostProcess Technologies' 2nd Annual Trends Report

A look at PostProcess Technologies’ 2nd Annual Trends Report

Published on: September 28, 2020

Diana Robbins, VP of Marketing for PostProcess Technologies, provides several key takeaways from the company’s second annual post-printing trends report. The full report (click to download) includes valuable insights regarding challenges faced by the industry in regards to post-processing parts. […]

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Choosing a ceramic AM technology: an application-centered approach

Choosing a ceramic AM technology: an application-centered approach

Published on: July 21, 2020

Introduction A common belief about technical ceramic 3D printing is that its four main technologies – binder jetting, SLA (stereolithography), inkjet, and FFF (fused filament fabrication) – are competing with each other. However, from our point of view, they are […]

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3D scanning spray: a complete overview

3D scanning spray: a complete overview

Published on: December 11, 2019

3D scanning spray is an essential accessory for professional use. In this guest post, TetraVision‘s co-founder Jurgen Van Donink explains why. Why use 3D scanning spray? Even with the current state-of-the-art 3D scanners, it is often recommended to apply a […]

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020 3D printer deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020 3D printer deals

Published on: November 18, 2019

Last update: Monday, November 2nd, 2020 We select the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday 3D printer deals each year to help you find great discounts. We will update this article as new offers are announced.  Please note that when […]

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3D printed jewelry: how does it work?

3D printed jewelry: how does it work?

Published on: October 31, 2019

In this guest post, Zortrax technical writer Jacek Krywko offers some insights into the process of 3D printing jewelry with castable resin. 3D printed jewelry can have excellent levels of detail thanks to this process! Special-purpose resins for jewelry casting […]

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PEEK 3D printing: how to prevent warpage?

PEEK 3D printing: how to prevent warpage?

Published on: October 22, 2019

Philippe Boichut is the founder of Qualup, manufacturer of the Spiderbot and Qu3 3D printers. Having joined the high-temperature 3D printing world with his Spiderbot 4.0 HT, he is an expert in issues related to 3D printing with PEEK, including […]

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Continuous fiber 3D printing: 6 tips from Anisoprint

Continuous fiber 3D printing: 6 tips from Anisoprint

Published on: August 26, 2019

Continuous fiber 3D printing involves reinforcing plastic parts during the 3D printing process. Fiber strands– carbon fiber strands, for example– are woven into the print while it is being created. This promising technology can prove to be highly beneficial, as […]

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Go!SCAN SPARK versus HandySCAN BLACK

Go!SCAN SPARK versus HandySCAN BLACK

Published on: July 31, 2019

WHAT IS THE BEST CHOICE FOR YOUR NEEDS? On April 25, Creaform announced the launch of two re-engineered products: the Go!SCAN SPARK™ and the HandySCAN BLACK™. These two new portable 3D scanners are the result of several years of research […]

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Large scale 3D printing: top 5 innovative applications

Large scale 3D printing: top 5 innovative applications

Published on: July 26, 2019

Although fused deposition modeling is mainly associated with home-based handicraft whizz-kids, being able to print models as wide or as high as 1.7 m brings FDM to the next level! Desktop machines let engineers and designers quickly prototype their idea […]

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