Tiertime in the Media

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TCT Show 2018: This year's must-see 3D printing technologies

Date: 31/08/2018

The X5, shortlisted in the TCT Awards, is a new concept, designed from the ground up as a continuous 3D printing system for low-volume manufacturing.

Source: TCT Magazine

14 Best 3D Printers of Summer 2018

Date: 30/07/2018

Though compact, this 3D printer offers a number of sophisticated features, like a HEPA air filter and an enclosed build chamber. Perfect for beginners.

Source: All3DP

Machines-3D to offer Tiertime Continuous 3D Printing Technology in Europe

Date: 05/06/2018

On behalf of Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Tiertime, Machines-3D is distributing the X5, UP300 and UP mini 2 ES 3D printers to meet a range of professional and industrial needs from reliable prototyping, through to near-non-stop production.

Source: 3D Printing Industry

Innofil3D to develop FDM engineering materials with 3D printer manufacturer Beijing Tiertime

Date: 13/05/2018

Innofil3D, a Netherlands-based 3D printing filament company owned by BASF, has partnered with Beijing Tiertime, a Chinese FDM 3D printer manufacturer. Beijing Tiertime will distribute Innofil3D’s filaments in China and the U.S., and the two companies will develop new materials.

Source: 3ders.org

'3D printing is booming'

Date: 21/08/2017

“The engineers are employed by about 300 companies in the zone, among which is Beijing Tiertime Technology Co Ltd, China’s first 3D printer exporter.”

Source: China Daily

Microsoft Releases Free 3D Printing App for Windows 8.1

Date: 15/11/2013

PC users can now download 3D Builder, Microsoft’s first in-house app taking advantage of 3D printing support in Windows 8.1, from the Windows Store.

Source: PCMag.com

A new brick in the Great Wall

Date: 27/04/2013

“One of the biggest firms in this field is Tiertime, which operates from Huairou on the outskirts of Beijing. Tiertime makes a range of 3D printers that produce objects from polymeric “alloys” of acrylonitrile, butadiene and styrene (ABS, the material from which Lego bricks are made). ”

Source: The Economist

Product Reviews from the Media

2018 Tiertime UP300 Review – ABSolutely Fabulous
Tiertime UP300 3D Printer Review

“In the UP300 Tiertime has blasted into the lead, with better heat regulation from a closed box design as standard, HEPA and active carbon filtration for air purification and a removable bed for easy removal of the stubborn (but necessary) rafts.”

by  All3DP

UP300

2018 Tiertime UP mini 2 ES Review – ANIWAA

“Tiertime’s UP mini 2 ES is ideal as a 3D printer for beginners, but could just as well suit basic professional needs thanks to its closed frame, small footprint, and 3D printing quality.”

by  ANIWAA