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3dp_nvbots_logoThe 3D printing industry is teeming with fascinating companies and innovative developments, but there are always companies that come to the forefront and stay there because they just don’t seem to stop moving. One of those companies is NVBOTS, the 3D printing solutions provider that has been repeatedly grabbing headlines since the beginning of the new year. January marked a sort of turning point for the company, signaling that there would be major developments ahead: a new CRO was hired, and the new NVLABS accompanied the announcement that the company would be turning their focus primarily toward metal 3D printing. A month ago they announced that they are developing a high-speed, multiple-metal 3D printing technology that could completely revolutionize the metal manufacturing industry.

Resin_logoAs they’re turning in the direction of new advancements, particularly in metal, NVBOTS isn’t neglecting the existing customers who were drawn to the company by their NVPro 3D printer and software solutions. Today they announced that they have partnered with Resin.io, a management platform for connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT). With Resin.io on board, NVBOTS customers will no longer have to manually update or download their 3D printer drivers, making the hands-off, cloud-based NVPro system even more automated.

“NVBOTS prides itself on offering the industry’s best 3D printing experience, which includes offering automated part removal and cloud-based control of our printers,” said NVBOTS CEO AJ Perez. “By collaborating with Resin.io, we are able to give our 3D printing customers an even better experience, while expanding our international partner footprint. We look forward to building on our partnership with Resin.io in the months to come and delivering even greater value to our customers.”

Resin.io, which maintains offices in Seattle, London and Athens, was built using embedded world and cloud tools and practices to help companies quickly launch IoT applications without excessive cost, overhead and development time. As more and more businesses embrace total connectivity, a service that helps streamline their products into the Internet of Things is more than welcome. NVBOTS is already comfortably ensconced in the cloud, but with the adoption of the Resin.io platform, the company can now activate and maintain software across all customer devices, regardless of location.

“NVBOTS has taken on a leadership position in providing groundbreaking 3D printing technology for classrooms and businesses on a global scale,” said Bryan Hale, President of Resin.io. “We are proud the company is able to easily deploy updates to their customer base – anywhere and at anytime – using the Resin.io platform.”

Below, NVBOTS Chief Technology Officer Forrest Pieper describes how the Resin.io platform will affect the company. Discuss this new development in the NVBOTS & Resin.io forum over at 3DPB.com.

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