3DGence Invites Submissions of Case Studies for a Chance to Win 3D Printers

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This past spring, Polish 3D printer manufacturer 3DGence released its dual extruder DOUBLE 3D printer. The company is now promoting the 3DGence ONE, the company’s classic single extruder 3D printer. The desktop ONE is designed for individual makers as well as companies, and 3DGence is currently looking to find out exactly how people are using its 3D printers in business settings. Therefore, the firm is launching a competition in which participants have the chance to win 3DGence ONE 3D printers for their companies – all they have to do is describe how they’re currently using 3D printing in their workplace.

“We are aware of the fact that 3D printing is becoming more and more popular,” said Mateusz Sidorowicz, Director of Marketing at 3DGence. “Companies use this technology in many different ways on a daily basis. We are curious about the solutions implemented in different companies by users of our 3D printers. That is why we announced this competition. We know that some entrepreneurs still hesitate whether 3D printing can positively affect their business in any way. The examples from the market will probably help them decide to implement such innovations in their industry.”

Overall, 3DGence wants the competition to encourage others to adopt 3D printing in their businesses. If implementing 3D printing means using 3DGence 3D printers, so much the better – and five winners will each receive a 3DGence ONE 3D printer for their efforts. Participants should submit case studies that include details such as:

  • A description of the business
  • A description of how 3DGence 3D printers are used at the company on a daily basis
  • Examples of circumstances in which 3D prints have been used
  • Photos and/or videos
  • Data involving financial, time and other savings earned by the company

Companies may submit multiple entries for the opportunity to win more than one 3D printer. The competition judges will select winners based on originality, the quality of the description, and the quality of the photos and graphics attached. Submissions should be sent to [email protected].

Case studies are an invaluable resource for those working with 3D printing or looking to begin working with 3D printing. Learning how others are using the technology can inspire businesses to begin using 3D printing, or to use it differently, to save money, time, and resources. By entering the competition, participants will not only be gaining the chance to win a new 3D printer, but will be contributing to a pool of knowledge and experience that will help others.

3DGence included a sample case study from a company called Bocar, which used 3D printing to prototype and verify a manifold for a fire engine. You can read the full case study here.

The deadline to submit entries for the competition is July 31st; winners will be announced on August 14th.

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