3D Printer

3D Printer Enclosure Customized for Your Series 1 Pro

Posted by Kim Carbon on Oct 9, 2017 7:16:10 AM

A 3D printer enclosure with an optional high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration system is now available for the Series 1 Pro. Created by one of our authorized resellers, Ultimate 3D Printing Store (U3DPS), the newly-unveiled enclosure is specifically designed for our industrial-grade 3D printer, so you can further take advantage of its 3D printing capabilities.

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Introducing New Support and Maintenance Programs with Type A Machines Membership Plans

Posted by Kim Carbon on Aug 28, 2017 5:07:41 PM

One of the key objectives in any production floor is to reach maximum productivity or efficiency. An efficient production line can reduce risks and lower costs that can have a significant impact on the bottom line of any business. At Type A Machines, we want to ensure that our customers are to achieve this objective, optimize their productions and to truly take advantage of the many benefits that 3D printing provides.

As such, we are thrilled to announce that in addition to delivering the best 3D printing solutions in the market, starting today, we are offering new membership plans designed to protect, educate, as well as reward every Series 1 3D printer customer. They include a range of new services to help you overcome issues, prevent downtime and ensure peak performance of your machines, allowing you to increase your productivity.

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The North Face Founder, Kenneth “Hap” Klopp, Joins Type A Machines Board of Directors

Posted by Kim Carbon on Aug 28, 2017 5:58:40 AM

We are proud to announce and welcome the newest member of the board of directors of Type A Machines: Kenneth “Hap” Klopp, founder of The North Face. Having served as The North Face’s Chief Executive for 25 years, Mr. Klopp brings years of experience of building brands to the table.

“Hap is a business pioneer with extensive experience building great brands, we’re excited to have him on the team,” said Type A Machines CEO and founder Andrew Rutter in today’s press release. “We believe his experience, and passion for entrepreneurship will be extremely valuable as we grow and mature our business.”

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Introducing Type A Machines Recurring Subscriptions

Posted by Admin on Aug 18, 2017 6:00:00 AM

We are thrilled to introduce our new recurring subscription options on the Type A Machines Store. 

Have a product that you know you will be needing on a regular basis? Just set up a recurring subscription and let the ordering and shipping process take care of itself. We understand that running a business or a fabrication studio can be very demanding. With our recurring subscription, purchasing becomes more manageable as you can now spend less time worrying about fulfilling your filament needs and focus more on printing.  

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Why Our Customers Love the Series 1 Pro’s Large Build Volume (And You Should Too!)

Posted by Kim Carbon on Aug 3, 2017 10:16:48 AM

When we ask our customers why they chose a Series 1 Pro for their 3D printing jobs, one of the fctors that always comes up is the printer’s large build area. Featuring a full cubic foot usable build volume, the Series 1 Pro offers its users the freedom to print bigger parts and have broader applications for the technology - an advantage that is often desired both for prototyping and final part production.

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Tips for Starting A Library Makerspace

Posted by Kim Carbon on Jun 22, 2017 4:18:54 PM

 

The maker movement is continuously growing. It's entering a new phase with the introduction of new industrial tools and other technologies. As a result, the number of institutions taking part in this revolution is also increasing. One of these institutions is the library. Along with schools and other fabrication studios, more and more libraries are stepping up to empower and bring their communities together. They are building makerspaces, providing platforms where patrons can explore new skills and technologies that are changing business landscapes.

To support this growth, we would like to share a few tips we have learned over the years working with workshops, schools, and libraries to help you get started with creating a makerspace in your own library.

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