Congratulations to the EnvisionTEC sponsored F1 in Schools team Hawk Racing, who after a hard fought competition against 41 other teams came third overall in the UK. EnvisionTEC have supported them with both sponsorship for the 2018 season, engineering support and printing various miniature parts...

As one of the more experienced 3D printer companies in the market, EnvisionTEC competes against a fair number of unicorn startups. But we have something they don’t have: Longtime VIP customers who love their EnvisionTEC printers and how they reliably perform. We visited with a...

Who sells the most accurate 3D printers? Are accuracy and resolution the same thing? What does resolution mean in 3D printing? Is there a relationship between accuracy and resolution? Where does tolerance fit in? When considering final dimensional part accuracy, what matters most: X, Y...

iMakr, the world’s largest independent seller of 3D printing solutions, launched a new London showroom in Plexal Center, a co-working space and innovation center in East London, where the company’s new relationship with EnvisionTEC is on full display. With the addition of the new workspace, iMakr...

The new EnvisionTEC Vida cDLM with a larger build area delivers a print speed of 20-50 mm per hour, depending on material. Dentists, orthodontists and labs can now 3D print night guards in FDA-approved material in less than 20 minutes. The new Vida cDLM allows...

EnvisionTEC, the global leader in dental 3D printers and materials, and AvaDent Digital Dental Solutions, the global leader in digital dentures, today announced a new partnership. Working together, the two companies now offer a complete digital workflow solution for digital dentures, from impressions and digital design...

Global Leaders in Dental 3D Printing and Software Join Forces to Ease Adoption of Quality Digital Dentures EnvisionTEC was the first to market with a complete 3D printed digital denture solution AvaDent is the leader in easy-to-use software and design services for digital dentures More than 40% of all...

This article first appeared in TCT Magazine| Europe Edition | Volume 26 | Issue 1 When EnvisionTEC launched its very first 3D printer in 2002, it was developed with the jewellery industry in mind. Along with a requirement for highly detailed castable patterns, EnvisionTEC saw there was a significant opportunity...

EnvisionTEC has been serving the dental market since 2008, when Jim Glidewell walked up to an EnvisionTEC trade show booth and asked: “Can you do teeth?” Today, EnvisionTEC offers the leading portfolio of dental materials in 3D printing. That includes materials for modeling, casting, appliances...

Model F1 race cars that run on compressed air and use 3D printed car wheels from EnvisionTEC helped Team Hawk, from Colyton Grammar School in East Devon UK, race to victory. Team Hawk consists of 6 students aged between 17 and 18: Elaine, Alex, Anthony, Charlie,...

From jewelry to toy models, EnvisionTEC customers and 3D printing enthusiasts spread their love for quality, accurate 3D printing the best way they know how – through social media. Here’s the top Instagram and Twitter shared posts of 2017 (click the image to go to the post): 2017...

Many EnvisionTEC users turn to social media to share their passion for 3D printing and their love for our technology. See all the great photos and comments from 2017 below. Got a Facebook account? Click the photo to see the post on Facebook. Knight Racing: Looking forward to...

Most scaffolds used in bioprinting today are made up of a single material. In recent years, mixtures of materials within scaffolds have become quite common to achieve mechanical or clinical objectives. For example, embedding ceramic particles within a thermoplastic material can deliver a compromise between...

Breaking the Sand Casting Mold with Additive Manufacturing When your foundry fills a city block and your production equipment and patterns fill the foundry, how do you grow? For Trident Alloys (Springfield, MA) the answer was a Viridis3D Robotic Additive Manufacturing (RAM) system, to 3D print...

EnvisionTEC has more than 15 years of experience developing materials to 3D print patterns for direct investment casting or lost-wax casting. Importantly, our knowledge about how to include more desirable wax content in these materials, and maintain 3D printing quality, has deepened ― leading to one of...

Tim van Broekhoven, an engineering student at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands, used an EnvisionTEC 3D printer, the Perfactory 4 Mini XL, to print fiber structures using ABS-Tuff material to help produce his master thesis, "On the Mimicking of Geckos...

Robotic Industries Association | October 31, 2017 ~ Viridis3D is changing the way things are made with their robotic additive manufacturing system, the RAM 123.  The 3D printing system is expanding options for the foundry’s customers and impacting how engineers and part designers create possibilities. "I'm actually...

The Perfactory 4 LED XXL will maintain EnvisionTEC’s leadership offering the market’s largest DLP printer The new Vida cDLM expands EnvisionTEC’s family of high-speed continuous printers to three models Both new printers are ideal for direct printing of final end-use parts, investment casting patterns,...