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NVBOTS Announces Fully Automated and Cloud-based 3D Printer

NVBOTS has introduced a new version of its fully automated 3D printer. The latest 3D printing solution enables users for around-the-clock sharing and operation of their NVPrinters from any device.

With the new 3D printing solution that includes NVBOTS’ fully automated 3D printer, users can print an unlimited number of components without completely engaging the system. The 3D printing process is drastically simplified, thanks to a cloud-based interface, enabling submission of file, customization of job to the desired specifications and remote monitoring via video feedback.

The latest 3D printing solution also includes Certified Filament, which has been validated on NVBOTS printers to avoid problems associated with lower-quality Filament. It encourages hands-on learning by providing 3D printing curricula. In addition, full service support is also provided as part of the solution to all types of users, addressing any problem that they may come across and providing assistance on best practices. Another feature is the flexible leasing structures.

By the end of this year, NVBOTS plans to install 100 NVPrinters in the field and is on track to achieve this target. Institutions such as North Central Charter Essential School in Fitchburg, Newton North High School and MIT's Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship have the NVPrinter. NVBOTS has also collaborated with FIRST Robotics Competition, Citizen Schools, and Autodesk. Moreover, the company recently announced a crowdfunding campaign with Fundable.

AJ Perez, CEO of NVBOTS, said that 3D printing is revolutionizing the learning process as well as the operation of businesses. Nevertheless, most 3D printers are difficult to access and operate. Conversely, the company’s NVPrinting solution is a completely automated and cloud-based solution.

Stuart Milne

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Stuart graduated from the University of Wales, Institute Cardiff with a first-class honours degree in Industrial Product Design. After working on a start-up company involved in LED Lighting solutions, Stuart decided to take an opportunity with AZoNetwork. Over the past five years at AZoNetwork, Stuart has been involved in developing an industry leading range of products, enhancing client experience and improving internal systems designed to deliver significant value for clients hard earned marketing dollars. In his spare time Stuart likes to continue his love for art and design by creating art work and continuing his love for sketching. In the future Stuart, would like to continue his love for travel and explore new and exciting places.


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