Print Finishing Firm Rollem Leverages 3D Printing To Support Playing Card Production Operations
Daemon3D Print features in a blog on Manufacturing Tomorrow, read a snippet here or fill out the form below to read the full article!
'MakerBot, a Stratasys company initially set out in 2009 to become one of the first companies offering 3D printers that were affordable and available for all. The global 3D printer market has since only grown and was valued at US$12.6 billion in 2020. Rollem have used MakerBot 3D printers for a number of years but with the industry ever developing they were looking to upgrade.
Once Rollems Managing Director Stuart Murphy had decided that a 3D printer would be able to solve their issues, it was time for the much longer process of deciding which one. To answer that question Stuart would need to seek technical advice and support to ensure that he found the right printer for his requirements. Nicola Stokes, director at Daemon3D Print, and Stuart have known each other for 20 years, and they had caught up at a trade show where Stuart explained his recent interest in acquiring a new 3D printer. Comprising of a small expert team, Daemon3D Print provide technical sales support and advice, and their product range is aimed at delivering high levels of performance straight out of the box..'