We began reviewing 3D printers when the market thought these hardware products could truly appeal to a wide consumer demographic. That proved not to be the case, as 3D printers proved too costly and too hard to operate for most people, including the author of this piece.
While the hype (fortunately) is not as high as it used to be, our Ortur 4 review shows that 3D printers are now truly within everyone reach and that anyone can use them, including the author of this piece, who does cover the global AM industry as a journalist and analyst but can be considered a consumer when it comes to actually 3D printing.
That’s because, even today, most professionals today could benefit from having a 3D printer (product designers, architects, marketing professionals) as well as consumers who are familiar with CAD and 3D modeling software (their number has been steadily growing), […]
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