Drying your resin before extruding and spools of filament before 3D printing is essential to ensuring optimum material performance and surface finish. We are well on the way to making
The summer has arrived in England so we thought we would take some time out, get a film crew in, and make a video of the warehouse, plus some other
A team made up of fifteen students from Massimiliano Massimo Institute, located in Rome; together with the help of twenty volunteers and sixty-nine additional students from “Making 3D printers” class,
Noztek have upgraded the Touch and the Touch HT (with the pre-heaters) PCB board so that end user can control the pre-heater band independently. This is a useful option when
Here’s a short video from our partners Sheffield University, who are experimenting extruding metal alloys using the Noztek Xcalibur. This video shows how they are extruding tin.
Dr. Alvaro Goyanes a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the UCL School of Pharmacy based in London has been using the Noztek Pro and demonstrated the feasibility of using hot melt
We highly recommend that you dry your resin before use, it will allow you to achieve much higher filament tolerances. Most plastics pull moisture out of the air. They are
The Noztek team are currently relocating to a new workshop. This tailor made unit based on the South coast of England will allow us to increase production and bring new
Her’s a ground breaking video showing the guys at MIT using a Noztek HT to make programmable wood.
This is a prototype of our new desktop industrial extruder we are calling Xcalibur. The Noztek team developed this for companies who require a more robust unit that is capable