2015 3D Printing Guide
3D Hubs 2015 Guide to 3D Printing
There are currently 9,872 3D printers registered on 3D Hubs. For a company that back in September counted 7,000 machines chugging along in its network, it’s safe to say it won’t be too long until the Dutch start-up are blowing out the candles on the big 10,000 celebratory cake.
As the world’s largest network of 3D printers, this seemingly simple idea provides one of the most important assets that the 3D printing industry needs – giving people access to a 3D printer.
To accelerate this, 3D Hubs has released the 2015 3D Printer Guide, a one-stop resource that investigates the key elements that make a great 3D printer. The guide provides complete transparency about; print quality, ease-of-use, build quality, reliability, failure rate, service, support, running costs, openness and value for money.
Created with reviews from 2,279 verified international 3D printer owners with experience on 235 different machines, the combined expertise makes this guide one of the most accessible and informed resources available.
CEO and co-founder, Bram de Zwart commented: “A thorough and reliable 3D Printing Guide written by actual 3D Printer owners was a missing resource for would be owners. We’re making this relevant information freely accessible to everyone who is considering to buy a 3D printer.”
In January CEO Bram de Zwart will take to the stage at the 2015 International CES 3D Printing conference presented by TCT Magazine + Personalize. The talk will uncover how to get access to 3D printing without having to own or even touch a 3D printer. Bram will be joined by MakerBot CEO, Jenny Lawton, for the ‘Getting Access to 3D Printing’ session of the conference which boasts a stellar line up of some of the most influential names in the 3D printing industry. For more information and to register visit cesweb.org.