Dec.3, 2013

Today was the first day of the Euromold in Frankfurt. At the corporate stand "DigiFabb" a multitude of exhibitors present different types of 3D printing. A few of the exhibitors are Fabmaker, iGo3D, Formlabs & Kühling&Kühling.

Fabmaker's 'fabucation'

Fabmaker is a German startup which started in 3D printing consulting and based on the needs of their clients they decided to focus on developing 3D printer suitable for educational purposes. They showed their prototype which is set to launch in the spring of 2014. Because the printer is intended primarily for educational settings, safety and usability were major concerns. For example the locking door on the front and the air filters on the top contribute to the safety of this printer.


iGo3D is the first 3D print store in Germany. Their primary goal is offering solutions to customers. The store primarily offers service and they resell and distribute many products related to 3D printing through their website. iGo3D has exclusive distribution rights for Innofil 3D filaments in more than 12 different colors and they stand behind the quality of these products.


Formlabs announces today that by the end of this week, they'll have completed shipping their Kickstarter Form 1 printers. So far over 1,000 printers have left their warehouses. Formlabs brought their Form 1 printer and clear resin. In the photo below you can see a sculpture made with this resin which is also great for painting.


Recently Kühling&Kühling moved to a larger production facility and already started assembling first production units. They have shipped out the first Kühling&Kühling 3D printer in December. The printer is fully assembled, tested and ready-to-use 3D printers with CE label.

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SevenuP wrote at 2/8/2014 1:31:50 AM:

The Extruder of the fabmaker is very nice!

Max88six wrote at 12/8/2013 1:07:40 AM:

I like the fabmaker 3D Printer

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