We were lucky to attend the first-ever DIGICAL Show in London on Friday 30 September. The event was packed with interesting innovations. The speakers presented their projects and views of the future of 3D printing. We had an opportunity to speak to the vendors and designers, to see and touch the end result of their creation. We’d like to share something that caught our attention:
Prusa i3 MK2 Multicolour 3D Printer
A new and ambitious creation from Original Prusa. Answering our question he hinted us that Simplify3D would be able to slice objects for this type of printer. Managing four filaments might be challenging in our opinion.
DeltaWasp 3MT 3D Printer
The biggest printer of the show. It’s nice to see the Wasp Team to keep trying out new thing to print. A handful of different colour pellets created an amazing effect on a lamp shade. Using PLA pellets is much cheaper compared to filament. 3D printed chair was strong enough to hold a 100 kilo man.
PhotoCentric3D Liquid Crystal Hi-Res 3D Printer
3D Printing with the help of LCD light less power consuming compared to laser. These printers are more affordable and have the same high quality results.
AutoScan DS300 Shining 3D
The top floor at DIGICAL show was dedicated to 3D printing in dentistry. Shining 3D exhibited several scanners.
eSun 3D Printing Materials
eSun presented quite a variety of 3D printing materials. We also got a sample of their low temperature filament.
Scan The World (MyMiniFactory)
We really liked the initiative from MyMiniFactory. They help to preserve historical heritage worldwide.
B9 Creator 3D Printer
CraftBot 2 CraftUnique 3D Printer
DiscoEasy200 Dagoma 3D Printer
DWS Lab XFab 3D Pritned Objects
Edison AEP Rokit 3D Printer
EinScan-Pro Shining 3D
Gizmo 3D Printer DLP
iMaker Store 3D Printed Full Colour Sand
MiiCraft Dental 3D Printer
Raise3D 3D Printer
Rokit Invivo Bio 3D Printer
ZMorph 3D Printer
Read More: 3D Printing Events – List of Shows & Fairs
We’ve put together a table with important 3D printing events, exhibitions and fairs that happened or will happen in near future. Here you can also find a brief coverage of the events made by 3D printing community members. Read more.