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honeypoint3dThose entering into the 3D technology arena for the first time may find all of the options daunting. 3D scanning, 3D files, 3D printing — where do we start? Fortunately, resources are becoming increasingly abundant for those embarking on this journey, and our team is here to ensure that our community gains access to educational and service offerings at every level.

3DPrint.com readers and 3DPrintBoard.com users are being offered a discount on 3D CAD and 3D scanning services from HoneyPoint3D. This marks just one initiative in 3DPrint.com’s larger education push, wherein we are proud of our already robust webcast series, and are very excited to be launching live, multi-session training courses in the coming months. By working with experienced industry professionals, we seek to offer only the best to our community.

“We are thrilled to be offering a discount to the 3DPrint.com readers because we feel that without good printable 3D models, 3D printing is not possible,” co-founder Liza Wallach-Kloski tells us. “Our DFM (Design For Manufacturing) experience and our professional grade Artec 3D scanners allows for some very accurate models in many file formats. Our clients include museums, hospitals, entrepreneurs and small businesses both nationally and internationally. For a limited time we are offering 3DPrint.com readers a chance to get their CAD models made at a discount. HoneyPoint3D is passionate about helping our clients obtain CAD models either through our educational online courses or CAD services. Our commitment to quality, access to the best engineers and industry knowledge have made us a premier 3D CAD creation company.”

honeypoint-3dprintThrough 3DPrint.com’s partnership with HoneyPoint3D, members of our community gain access to professional services that can truly enhance their own offerings. Quotes for any services are offered free of charge. These services, as HoneyPoint3D describes them, include:

CAD

  • Our CAD modelers and engineers have at least 20 years experience each in product design, design for manufacturing, and specific industry knowledge optimized for 3D printing.  Average projects takes 3-4 hours and our turnaround times are 5-7 business days. Extra fast service is available for an added fee.

3D Scanning

  • We have a suite of 3D scanners to digitize your real-world objects.  Our dual Artec scanners cost over $20K each, and are able to create extremely detailed, colored models for your rapid prototyping or digital asset needs. Average project takes 1-2 hours of scanning and 1 hour of CAD.

3dp-honeypointWe have been following HoneyPoint3D’s offerings since 2014, and last year, we had the opportunity to sit down and talk with the California-based HoneyPoint3D team at Inside 3D Printing Santa Clara, finding out more about the company’s ethos and offerings.

“They come to us to learn, or just have us do it,” Wallach-Kloski told me last year of what users seek from HoneyPoint3D.

We look forward to offering our readers an array of educational opportunities, expanding the best access to resources in 3D technologies! Discuss in the HoneyPoint3D forum at 3DPB.com.

 

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