At this time 3D printers are far from plug-and-play, and it requires a fair amount of work and knowledge to get them set up and working correctly.
3DNext is available to help you get your new 3D printer up and running, and to ensure that it is configured to produce the best 3D prints possible. 3DNext also offers training for 3D printer maintenance and repairs, to help ensure that you are able to keep your 3D printer in proper, working order, and that you have the knowledge to resolve common problems.
3DNext are also experts at makerspace, having been involved in the creation of a number of makerspaces, such as those available through McGill University and Dalhousie University. We can help you identify the best makerspace technologies to serve your community, help you install these technologies, train staff members in the use and maintenance of these technologies, and ultimately work with you to create a high-demand, creative, manufacturing space.
At 3DNext, we are familiar with a wide range of 3D scanning products, from the $500 Matter and Form 3D scanner, to the slightly more expensive NextEngine 3D scanner, to the professional 3D scanners ranging from $20,000-$30,000.
If you are interested in 3D digitization, we can help you identify the 3D scanner that best suits the needs of your project. Once a 3D scanner has been selected, we also offer training for staff members, so that they have the knowledge to use the 3D scanner effectively
Virtual reality products such as the Oculus Rift are becoming increasing popular with both schools and business, allowing for interactive 3D demonstrations and full 3D immersion. Many of these virtual reality products are still in development, however, and often require a fair amount of knowledge and expertise to use effectively.
3DNext is available to help you identify virtual reality products that best match your needs, and work with you to install this technology and get a full virtual reality service up and running. Whether you're a business looking to expand into this new 3D world, or an innovative school looking to give yourselves a new, creative edge, 3DNext is there to help.
3D printing offers a lot of promise for innovation within the food and beverage industry. While 3D printable food is still in its very early stages, there are a number of ways for restaurants and bakeries to begin using 3D printing technology.
While 3D printable food is currently best suited towards chocolate and sugar, 3D printing opens up the possibility to create unique chocolate or ice cream moulds as well as customized decorations. With higher end 3D printers, the creation of customized cake pans is also possible, as well as custom-designed plates and silverware.
If you are interested in how 3D printing might be used in your restaurant or bakery, either now or in the future, we would be happy to speak to you about getting started with 3D printing.
A question we are often asked by our customers is that, after the initial training is over, what happens we have any further questions or what happens if we require any additional support? 3DNext is now happy to offer an extended technical support service. For a low-monthly subscription free you will have access to our support staff through both email and phone and, where possible, in person. If you have any problems with any of the technologies we support, or if your staff have any questions, one of our employees will be available to help.
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