3D Printing Tokyo

ComeTrue is showing its full colour 3D printer at 3D Printing Tokyo 2017. The desktop machine offers full colour 3D printing in plastics. TCT Editor, Dan O'Connor was on the show floor to capture some footage of the technology. more

17 Feb 2017 12:37 News

Keyence is a company who have stayed on the periphery of 3D printing in most of the world, only operating its 3D division in Germany and here in Japan. At 3D Printing Tokyo the company is making a song a dance about its Agilista series of printers. more

16 Feb 2017 15:44 News

Kuraray is one of the world's leading manufacturers of PVOH water soluble plastics. The chemical company's materials that are used on products like dishwasher tablets are now available for desktop 3D printers. more

16 Feb 2017 15:08 News

3D Printing Tokyo 2017 goes gaga for anime character Lala on the L-Devo stand. more

15 Feb 2017 15:21 News

Japanese additive manufacturing is go thanks to electron beam microscopy giant JEOL, which is showcasing parts at the 3D printing event here in Tokyo. more

15 Feb 2017 10:40

The 3D printing giant is showcasing its F123 line to an Asian audience for the first time at 3D Printing Tokyo as well as exploring moulding applications capable with its technology. more

15 Feb 2017 07:36 News