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3D-printing marketplace Shapeways raises a $30 million Series E.

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3D-printing marketplace Shapeways raises a $30 million Series E.
According to Gregory Kress, he is Shapeways CEO,“We can help them to market it and develop and sustain a small business”. “I see Shapeways shifting from delivering one niche of that customer experience to truly helping our creators from almost a platform perspective and allowing us to become a one-stop shop.”
“The capital will be used to accelerate company growth and launch additional services to support Shapeways’ overall vision to become the complete end-to-end platform helping creators ‘design, make, and sell,’ regardless of 3D modeling experience,”

“We’ve just hit our 10 millionth product printed, but we are just getting started; there is so much more to do,” he added more, “We want to enable more creators to reach success, and this will include supporting them through design services, manufacturing beyond just 3D printing, and helping them create small businesses.”

According to Lux Capital partner Zack Schildhorn,“The plan is to put this product creation engine in the hands of millions more, though more approachable and expansive services and Life-changing businesses will be built on this platform.”

Their first project is, “Design with Shapeways and Spring & Wonder for jewelry

collection:)

https://www.shapeways.com

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3D Print Removal Tools

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Retouch3D the perfect tool for the uncalibrated printer.

According to some of the comments. We can have 3D Printing tools for the inexpensive way. We can be creative to use an inexpensive $5 blade heated soldering iron or anything similar to Skinny solder iron.

The Fixer 3D printing CVS store sells these resin-based UV light repair pens for $10 (includes resin) no syringe needed.

We assembled some of the things for your 3D Print need.:)

 

 

Thermoset 3-D printer

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Large-scale thermoset 3-D printer. large-scale thermoset 3-D printer. This is located in Knoxville, Tenn. Project managed by the Advanced Manufacturing Office in DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
Bob Vanderhoff, President, and CEO Magnum Venus Products he mentions,“Thanks to this innovation, research and development managers will be able to prototype faster and bring products to market faster.

He also includes, “Procurement departments will also enjoy shortened lead time on crucial molds – allowing for rapid deployment. This was made possible through ORNL slicing software that allows the integration of multivariate print process parameters.”

 

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