In this episode, Max and I spoke with Eric Pallarés of BCN3D. BCN3D is a Barcelona-based material extrusion 3D printing company. Having started on the desktop, BCN3D now is moving toward enterprise and the factory floor. The company is working on developing an ecosystem of tools including software, settings, and machine.
The firm’s new Epsilon 3D printer is meant for engineers and has two independent extruders, carbon and HEPA filtration, as well as a large build volume. The company is entering into new territory here making something above Pro printers, but below entry-level industrial units. They call it a “workbench” system.
We also delve into Pallarés’s view of the market now and how the market will evolve: what will happen, what needs to happen and how printers will be improved. All in all, Pallarés gives us a lot of interesting information to think about. We’d love your feedback and keep your suggestions for new guests coming.
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