Top 5 Videos: Testing RAYSHAPE’s Edge E1 Resin 3D Printer

Published on July 16, 2023 by Avery S.

Get ready for the top 5 videos of the week that will take you on an exhilarating journey through the world of 3D printing! First up, we have bring a review on RAYSHAPE’s Edge E1 resin 3D printer which shares valuable insights on how the printer works and what features makes it a standout machine. Then, brace yourself as we dive into the impacts that 3D printing is having on the Tour De France, one of cyclings most established event. Finally, see why metal 3d printing is on the rise, NASA’s expedition into additive manufacturing deposits and a new 3D printer by INTAMSYS. Don’t miss out on these captivating videos that showcase the limitless possibilities of 3D printing! Happy Sunday!

Top 1: Reviewing the Edge E1 3D Printer by Rayshape – 3Dnatives Lab

RAYSHAPE is a Chinese manufacturer specializing in resin 3D printers, offering a range of DLP printers for various applications. Founded in 2019 by Bill Liu, the company aims to establish a global presence in additive manufacturing across sectors such as dental, industry, engineering, education, and culture. We tested the latest addition to their product lineup, the Edge E1, a desktop MSLA 3D printer designed specifically for dental applications. The Edge E1 features a robust chassis, a 4K LCD print screen, and a sleek design that blends well in dental practices. Watch the video below to learn more about the printer’s printing process, standout features, and price!


Top 2: 3D Printing at the Tour De France

3D printing has made its mark in the bicycle industry, becoming an established technology. Bicycles, their components, and various accessories, including rider’s equipment, have been using 3D printing for quite some time now. It has become a regular occurrence for us to report on innovative 3D printed advancements in the bicycle sector. The benefits are plentiful, ranging from the ability to customize products, promoting sustainability, to enhancing overall performance. This influence of 3D printing is evident even at the current Tour de France. For instance, Specialized incorporates 3D printed saddles, and we can also observe bike components created by 3D printers in this prestigious competition. To delve deeper into this subject, watch the video!


Top 3 : Metal 3D Printing Is on the Rise

Metal printing has gained significant traction in recent years, presenting fresh opportunities for various industries. This video showcases the process of printing a hydraulic manifold using metal laser-sintering technology on the TRUMPF TruPrint 3000 metal 3D printer. Additionally, you will explore the post-processing steps involved in this case and learn about the essential safety measures required when handling the extremely fine metal powder..

Top 4: Manufacturing Marvels: NASA’s Expedition into Additive Manufacturing Deposits 

The usage of additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, is steadily increasing across various industries, including aerospace. However, a significant challenge lies in producing flawlessly fabricated components that can endure the rigorous demands of aerospace applications. To address this challenge, NASA researchers have made remarkable progress by employing thermal imaging techniques to analyze temperature distribution during the manufacturing process. This enables them to detect any potential defects in the materials being used, facilitating effective inspection and ensuring stringent quality control measures are met.

Top 5:  INTAMSYS’s New 3D Printer

The INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 310, a desktop 3D printer designed to enhance your printing capabilities, has just launched recently! It includes a thermostatic chamber, full-size printing capacity, and supports a range of engineering plastics. With a generous build volume of 305 x 260 x 260 mm, precise control, and seamless integration with INTAMSUITE™ software, it is an ideal choice for professional engineers. Learn more about it’s capabilities with the following video.


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