Tiertime In The Media
Tiertime in the News
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
Though compact, this 3D printer offers a number of sophisticated features, like a HEPA air filter and an enclosed build chamber. Perfect for beginners.
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
“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
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.
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.
“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
“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.”
“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.”