On this blog we often talk about use and application of additive manufacturing and also regarding how possibly each market segment could adopt 3D printing technologies for production and prototyping.
Last month we opened an account on the Thingiverse platform, the largest user-generated 3D file-sharing site, where we did include all of our projects (including some of Felfil’s components)
free to download.
In the last blogpost we talked about how prototyping with 3D printing is now a reality in the medical implants sector.
Another sector in which the true realization of the products happens with the 3D Printers and plastic filaments happens and doesen’t stop with the prototyping is the textile industry, or the production of clothing and accessories. (more…)
It is known that 3D printing with polymers encourages the recycling of plastics and application areas of this technology now have no application limits.
The plastics dispersed into the environment gives rise a huge landscaped damage, especially for the “unbreakable” kind of these materials.
Felfil opened successfully in the past a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter (which has collected 45,000 euros with 102 extruders foreordained from all over the world) and a preorder on Indiegogo (which were sold 23 extruders, a superior result to the average of other products offered by the platform) that have allowed us to validate the product on the market. (more…)