We solve the biggest problems with 3D printers.

3D printers aren't appliances. Skilled, technical workers need training to safely operate and maintain printers between each and every print. This takes time and costs a lot of money.

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3D Printers Cause Injuries

Moving components, high-temperature parts, and the need for sharp tools to remove completed prints from the build area leads to injuries.

Injuries prevent 3D printing adoption. Consumers don’t want these printers in their homes, businesses can't have them in the office, and 3D printing services are expensive because they price in the operating costs. The world needs an automated printer to break this barrier.


3D Printers Are Slow

A print the size of a coffee mug can take as long as 8 hours!

3D printing adoption requires speed. Engineers and designers need to iterate within the same business day, and consumers hoping for custom-manufactured goods want to get them quickly. Printing services are constantly backlogged, because their current printers simply can't deliver.


3D Printers Are Inefficient

It takes a shockingly large printer to print something relatively small.

You need a lot of 3D printers to get work done. Large prints need to be split into multiple pieces and assembled, and you need several printers working simultaneously to get it done quickly. The value of any one printer on the market just isn't that great.