CreoPop and 333D will create a next-generation 3D-printer
January 26, 2017
CreoPop company, a DI-Group holding project, has signed an agreement with an Australian public company 333D on a joint development of a next-gen 3D-printing method and a 3D-printer based on the same technology.

A new 3D-printing technology is designed for the education market. According to 333D's CEO, Frank Pertile, the spheres of art and education are the main target markets for the company. By equipping the classrooms with these next-gen 3D-printers, it will be possible to create unique educational workspaces in the modern schools and universities.

According to the agreement between 333D and CreoPop, the first shipments of the new devices are expected to be delivered in the second half of 2017.

http://www.3ders.org/articles/20170124-333d-to-develop-3d-printer-with-creopop-3d-pens-patented-photopolymer-resins.html