This has been a topic of conversation lately. Slant 3D produces some of our own filament. But we have avoided selling it. We just haven't seen the need.
But recently, frustrations with the 3D Printing Filament industry has made us want to a take look.
Since we are a print farm first we understand the product needed very well. And we know a few tricks that we would reccomend.
Filament has a number of issues.
Farms often require the removal of parts and beds to complete the manufacturing process. However, removing them manually can be time-consuming and laborious. The implementation of robots for this task can be an effective solution. Here are a few examples of print farms that have successfully integrated robots to streamline their manufacturing process.
We build a lot of print farms. So we do have a few opinions on this topic.
Here are the four main issues that you might want to look out for if you decide to go down this direction.
3D printing is a popular manufacturing process that can produce functional parts at scale. However, many people consider 3D printing to be expensive, mainly due to misconceptions about the process. In this blog, we will explore the main factors that contribute to the cost of 3D printed parts and provide tips on how to make them more affordable.