You’ve got the perfect project idea and you’re itching to get started! What are your next steps and how do you turn this idea into a physical, tangible product? Knowing how to correctly create digital files for Dremel’s laser cutter will help you accomplish this goal!
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Maybe you’re a stay-at-home parent who wants to take your crafting hobby to the next level, or maybe you’re just getting out of business school and looking for investors. No matter how much training or education you have before starting your small business, you’re going to learn A LOT. Here are a few things we’ve learned along the way.
At DiveDesign, we use the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D Printer for prototyping iterative models as well as high-fidelity prototypes for demonstrations with clients. The high fidelity of the prints allows us to present our models with precise detailing so that we can provide our clients with more communicative visuals, and save time on finishing, as our prints have required little-to-no post-printing refinement thus far.
Incorporating 3D printers into the day-to-day operations of companies has become an increasingly followed practice, and for good reason; now even small companies can produce 3D prints to show their clients without needing a prototyping facility or outsourcing. Printers usually only have one large investment (the printer itself) then small incremental purchases of filament, replacement nozzles, and cleaning supplies. 3D printers also allow companies to produce presentable models faster than most other traditional prototyping methods, with simple finishing methods.
Our early on boarders have been asking great "out-of-the-box" questions and we have answers! Check out our blog below to learn the three most important things about the DigiLab Laser Cutter to start making your New Year’s resolution in 2019!
Students of all ages and skill levels respond to interactive learning. While traditional resources are effective, STEAM curriculum can be greatly augmented by using the latest technology in the classroom. 3D printers allow math and science teachers to incorporate the latest technological advancements into their lesson plans, and not just teach their students, but engage their imaginations as well.
Are you updating your curriculum for the upcoming school year that includes STEAM initiatives? As our educational directives aim to encourage students to embrace science, technology, engineering, math and now the addition of the arts, teachers are creating a new learning environment that is both exciting and engaging for their students!
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