3D printing with continuous fibers is a new technology that is still improving and maturing. As an emerging additive manufacturing process, its versatility and potential are still being tested. So far, it has proven to be a useful tool for producing parts that have specific qualities – like flexibility, strength, or softness – that cannot be made as efficiently with other processes.
In general terms, Anisoprinting use a process of 3D printing using continuous synthetic fibers as a build material. The resulting composite materials have unique properties not possible with most other methods. In this post, we’ll explain who Anisoprinting is and how they use continuous fibers with other additive manufacturing techniques to produce objects with unique properties.