When 3D printers hit the market around seven years ago, they were hailed as the next big thing. Tinkerers around the world used them to create everything from shoes to guns.
But with any new technology, there can be unforeseen issues, and 3D printers were no exception.
Enter New York-based R3 Printing, co-founded and led by Daniel Downs and Paul Sieradzki. Their company works to provide "3D printing that's safe, fast and completely automated" via their own printer, one they call " the next step in additive manufacturing."
"It was very clear that 3D printers have these huge problems and...
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