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From May 16-19, RAPID 2016 can be bringing place in Orlando, Florida. The additive manufacturing conference is one of the older ones in the industry, now going into its 26th year. 3DPrint.com can be in attendance, along with over 200 exhibitors representing each facet of the 3D printing and additive manufacturing industry – as well as 3D scanning. Scanners and scanning innovation can be well represented at the conference, with exhibitions of companies like Shining 3D, who can be revealing off their not long ago introduced EinScan-Pro 3D scanner. First announced at CES 2016, the EinScan-Pro only accomplished its pre-order stage.
“We focus on providing high ability 3D innovation with advantageous user experience and lower cost, manufacture it low-priced to eachone, not only targeting the industrial pro users who are trained to handle complicated technologies. Our newest multi functional handheld 3D Scanning innovation, the EinscanPro, can be a game changer. We put our additional than 10 years industrial 3D scanning knowledge into manufacturing this pro and consumer grade cost product, providing effortless user experience and rich functionality at high accuracy, manufacture the 3D Scanning system simpler and full of fun. Einscan Pro can allow user turn it into high high end 3D content for 3D printing and VR application efficiently,” said Mr. Li, CEO of SHINING3D.
In anticipation of the EinScan-Pro’s popularity, Shining 3D has introduced a US distributor in Afinia 3D. The 3D printing device/scanner developer may already carries the EinScan-S Desktop 3D Scanner as the Afinia-branded ES360, and they were ready to become a distributor of the multi-functional handheld EinScan-Pro, which is new in its four various scanning modes: Handheld Rapid Scan, Handheld HD Scan, Automatic Scan and Free Scan.
“We’ve had excellent interest in the EinScan-S and are excited to contribute the EinScan-Pro to educators and engineers,” said John Westrum, Afinia 3D’s Vice President and Educational Channel Lead.
Afinia 3D won the RAPID 2015 Exhibitor Innovation Award at last year’s conference for their H800 3D printing device. They’ll be exhibiting this year as well. The Minnesota-based company created in 2009 as a spin-off of digital tech company Microboards Technology, which provides specialized printing solutions one of other contributeings. Similar to Shining 3D, Afinia manufactures education one of their top priorities. In the past, the company has partnered with Makers Empire to turn it into their comprehensive 3D Printing Learning Program, and their Afinia Desktop 3D Printer was named Educator’s Choice at Maker Faire NY in 2013. Their printing devices are all of accessibility and ease of use – a philosophy which Shining 3D shares, according to Li:
“As a innovation company, we yet focus on our innovation in next, by providing higher capability and lower cost solution to additional users, we hope 3D innovation can become an effortless and low-priced tool to eachbody, not only pro and expensive equipment to special trained users.”
If you are attending RAPID 2016, come visit both Afinia 3D, at booth 765, and Shining 3D, at booth 662. What do you ponder of this new partnership? Discuss in the Shining 3D & Afinia 3D forum over at 3DPB.com.
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