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Which 3D Printing Supports to Use: PLA, PVA or Breakaway | Ultimaker Support Material

With the launch of Ultimaker’s Breakaway support material, there are now even more options for supporting your 3D prints. But which one is right for your design? Let’s take a look at the different options and when to use each one. When using an FDM 3D printer, support material enables you to print models that…
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Elevate Your Workflow with Tough Materials and Advanced Software | MakerBot

MakerBot Offers Exclusive Technologies That Have a Dramatic Effect on Prototype Strength and Print Times Tough PLA: Strong, Resilient Prototyping For tougher prototypes, MakerBot’s Tough PLA offers designers a true engineering material: perfect for creating durable, high-impact strength prototypes and fixtures. It’s a resilient and “tough” plastic that mimics and even outperforms many of the…
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Ultimaker Introduces 0.25 Print Core and Ultimaker Breakaway Support Material

Ultimaker Breakaway     Ultimaker Breakaway is a support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing. Breakaway support can be quickly removed and does not need further post-processing to give a smooth finish to your 3D print. Designed for a hassle-free 3D printing experience, Breakaway is optimized for Ultimaker ABS, PLA, Nylon, CPE, and CPE+.  Key benefits of Ultimaker…
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3D Printing Media Network: New EnvisionTEC E-Shore A Material for 3D Printed Footwear

3D Printing Media Network: New E-Shore A Material for 3D Printed Footwear

Digital Esthetics Magazine Covers Release of New EnvisionTEC E-Denture Material

Digital Esthetics Covers New E-Denture Material

Introducing the MakerBot Educators Guidebook

The Best Days for Polymer 3D Printing are Still Ahead

Courtesy of Plastics Today, by Norbert Sparrow

EnvisionTEC 3D-Bioplotter Used at Northwestern to 3D Print with Lunar and Martian Soil

Medical 3D Printing: The State of Viable Materials | EnvisionTEC

Improving Dimensional Stability in 3D Printing with Onyx | Markforged

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