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We’re happy to announce 3DPrint.com PRO. 3DPrint.com, of course, will always remain free and available for all. But, as you know our parent company also owns SmarTech. SmarTech is a dedicated 3D printing research firm that provides timely and thorough 3D printing research. Now through 3DPrint.com PRO we’re making some SmarTech research available to you in a direct and accessible way. 3DPrint.com PRO will give you access to twice-monthly SmarTech research briefings by Scott Dunham, SmarTech’s VP of Research. For $99 a year you get 24 reports sent right to you. Scott will cover the latest and most relevant news and bring you his analysis and data. This kind of depth and understanding is usually locked behind costly reports. But, for our dynamic and young industry, we wanted to develop a research product that you could tap into quickly that would deliver topical research in a cost-effective way.

Scott tells us that,

“We’re entering another stage of the development of the additive industry in the midst of global supply chain disruptions and shifting conversations in how to approach manufacturing during global crises. While the value propositions of AM haven’t changed, approaches to implementation and how corporate manufacturers structure their operations to be more agile and less dependent on legacy models will. This will facilitate new intensity in the exploration of AM, and with it already having a foothold in some areas of manufacturing, the analysis and insights business leaders will need to navigate AM will also shift.”

“This offering is meant to help individuals who need more depth of critical market analysis to help guide their strategy and planning initiatives as they evaluate how to move into AM or expand their existing AM activities. For enterprises and individual executive subscribers the insights from reading PRO provide guidance on the real-world market movements which lay under the surface of everyday industry news.”

So are you a 3D printing business person looking for an edge and deep understanding? Sign up for 3DPrint.com PRO here.

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