A relatively unknown 3D printer firm out of France called Pollen has unveiled a new 3D printer that has some very interesting features.
The printer is called Pam, which naturally makes me think of Archer.
Rather than being a tattooed drifter, this Pam is a large 3D printer that is aimed at businesses that need to be able to print with multiple materials.
In fact, Pam can print with four different materials during a single process.
It can mix a pair of materials together on the fly and supports materials like natural fibers, carbon, minerals, and metal particles.
The different materials that the printer handles are in the form of pellets that are placed into bottles.