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Wazp wants to bridge the knowledge gap in 3D printing for companies big and small

Wazp wants to bridge the knowledge gap in 3D printing for companies big and small

Written by David

March 28, 2019

FOR KERRY STARTUP Wazp, 3D printing has a lot of promise but there are still misconceptions that need to be dispelled. Chief executive Shane Hassett tells Fora the company is using industrial scale 3D printers to produce products for big and small clients alike but there’s still some educating to be done. “The words 3D printing start to evoke images in our customers’ heads and they immediately jump to the desktop 3D printers,” he says. “The first thing we have to do with our customers is differentiate between desktop 3D printers and industrial 3D printers. We work exclusively with industrial 3D printers.” This is a major contrast, he says, as it focuses on higher quality goods that are 3D printed in an industrial setting, rather than on a small machine in someone’s workshop or house. Wazp is a digital supply chain platform for 3D printing. It connects companies with […]

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