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3D Printing Resources: We Want to Know What You Want to See

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So tell us what you want, what you really, really want. [Spice Girls image via BBC]

Whether we’re travelling the world to bring you first-hand news or keeping everyone at their computers with the latest educational webinars and white papers directly from the source, every day at 3DPrint.com we strive to be a resource to meet your needs for everything 3D printing. The editorial team work around the clock — and our freelancers work around the globe — to keep up to date with the busy world of news in additive manufacturing, while our behind-the-scenes business teams work directly with sponsors and industry leaders to provide unique resources including on-demand presentations and 3D design courses. As additive manufacturing continues to advance as an industry in its own right, we’re seeing an ever-greater need for a variety of resources to keep industry participants and watchers involved and informed.

The 3D printing industry is expanding by the day, and in an increasingly noisy business space we want to be sure that what we’re providing is what you’re looking for — so please let us know what you want to see! We recently launched our 2017 survey, which takes just a minute of your time to provide feedback to help us guide our course.

If the quick response time and helpfulness of your input aren’t enticement enough, we’re also offering the chance for three respondents to take home Amazon.com gift cards with our gratitude. Three winners will each snag a $50 gift card; if you’d like to enter for the chance to be one of them, just be sure to leave your name and email address for a chance to win. The survey runs through late November; gift card winners will be randomly selected once it closes.

We want to know which of our current resources you use most. Are you big on daily news? Live for the latest white papers? Looking for quick shopping links? Hoping to hone your design skills? Let us know!

As we close out our fourth year of operation (an anniversary our sister site, forum 3DPrintBoard.com, hit last month), we’re looking to keep with the times in this fast-changing digital world. Do you want more services and resources? Let us know what you’d like to see! Podcasts? Jobs listings? Files to 3D print? Product reviews?

A quick tick lets us know what you’re using of our current offerings

We love to keep in touch with our readership, and as these numbers grow globally, we’re hoping to keep up with you and understand what will be of most benefit to you. More industrial additive manufacturing focus? More desktop 3D printing you can do at home?

2017 has seen our team attending events around the world and interviewing industry leaders, as well as running our Design for 3D Printing online courses (the next session, 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production, starts today!). To start off 2018, we’re hosting the business-minded Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit with SmarTech Markets Publishing to gather brilliant minds in healthcare and investment. (Want more interviews, more events, more contact with the leading companies and innovators? Let us know!)

As always, it’s a privilege for us to be part of your digital world, and we take that responsibility seriously. We’ll keep working the best we can to provide you with the best.

Please check out our latest 3DPrint.com Survey and help us to be the resource you’re looking for! And of course, we’re always open to non-survey feedback; reach out any time to us with your thoughts via email, on Twitter / Facebook / LinkedIn, at 3DPrintBoard.com, or in the Facebook comments below each article.

We hope to hear from you soon! So please, tell us what you want. What you really, really want.

 

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