My name is David
Back in January 2013, I was studying some boring management degree when I caught wind of 3D printing and decided to drop out to build printers. I took what’s left of my tuition fee, bought a 3D printer and played around with it until I realized FDM technology has too many limitations to be viable as a Home Factory. Then I turned my attention to Polymer Jetting Technology which is closer to Piezoelectric Inkjet and therefore has more potential in terms of speed, accuracy and surface finish. I am now developing a more affordable alternative to the Polymer Jetting 3D printers that are available on the market.