Looking to Break Into the 3D Printing Business Now? Become a Hub with Ira3D’s Poetry Express

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ira3d-stampante-3d-professionale-filamenti-ed-accessori-logo-1442410324 (1)Italy-based Ira3D is one of those rare companies in the 3D printing industry that has been able to create a quality lineup of popular 3D printers and accompanying technology, and keep the momentum going; in fact, their energy just seems to accelerate—along with the offerings of new products and releases. The evolution of their technology has been quite strategic though this year, as we’ve witnessed the announcement of an all-in-one R&D package, a business 3D printing package, new specialty filaments and more advanced finishing materials such as chrome plating.

And now, if you are an entrepreneur within the industry—or hoping to be one—the latest from Ira3D takes their involvement within the industry one major step further, and it may just allow you to achieve your goals creatively and economically, while making a contribution to the world with a revolutionary new technology that propels designers and engineers forward all over the world. It makes sense that from the hottest new technology in the world we’ll see some of the hottest new businesses emerging. The 3D printing service bureau, allowing for 3D printing on demand, is a platform increasing in popularity not only as a convenience users want and need, but also as a successful business model for many.

88c8b009-8e8f-440d-8e3f-47d717970ae6Poetry Express, just being introduced by Ira3D, is a solution that allows for the 3D printing of samples, objects, and prototypes for customers—who could be yours. With this online service model, Ira3D offers those experienced in 3D printing a way to open their own 3D printing centers.

“With Poetry Express, all the worldwide users will be able to unleash their imagination and build models, projects, samples, prototypes, and even finished products of high quality–without customization limits,” says the Ira3D team in a recent press release.

If you already have a 3D printer, you can be in business quickly as a hub with Ira3D, joining the service free for the first 30 days. To begin the process, just fill out the appropriate form at Poetry Express. If you do not have a 3D printer, you can still join, and you might find it even more exciting this way as Ira3D will supply you with the Box Infinity Express. This solution includes everything you need to open a 3D printing center:

  • The Poetry Infinity 3D Printer 
  • Infinity Kit – an upgrade that allows you to use the 3D printer to its full potential
  • Ira3D Filaments – a starter pack that allows you to try the entire range of materials
  • Infinity Slicer – software designed for the Poetry
  • Poetry Care – remote assistance
  • Ira3D may also soon offer installation and an on-site 3D printing course as well.

“3D printers are becoming factories of the future,” states the Ira3D team, quite correctly.

31cd4f70-6d36-46aa-9a69-45a4ed53906fAnd with your own factory, customers can come to you with their project plans, specifying characteristics and printing preferences like materials, colors, size, quality, and final finishing. Once they submit these items, you as the partner can then decide whether or not to take on the project, accepting it or not. If the partner does accept the project, a confirmation is sent to the customer.

Partners have their profiles for accepting direct orders and other communications, and receive 70% of the earnings (or the cost of the print material paid seven times, with a minimum item price of 7 €). Partners are also able to receive a substantial discount of 15% on all Ira3D filaments.

 “Poetry Express is simply accelerating the future, giving direct access to all users who want a quality product quickly, with worldwide support of 3D printers,” says the Ira3D team. “It’s time to stop the classic serial production as we know it and open the doors to the world of 3D printing.”

To purchase a Box Infinity Express, just send a request to: [email protected]. Would you be interested in becoming a service provider or hub? Discuss further in the Poetry Express 3D Printing Solutions forum over at 3DPB.com.

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