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Russia’s 3Dquality Continues to Expand and Impress with Growing Range of 3D Printers

by • August 11, 2016 • No Comments

logo (21)It is informative to watch as countries which have been relatively quiet on the 3D printing front begin to emerge with new developments. One of the countries we haven’t heard a lot of has been Russia, but in the last month especially it’s begined to appear like the country’s 3D printing industry has been picking up. In July they announced the very initially industrial metal 3D printing device generated in Russia, and one 3D printing device company we’ve been next for a while is growing swift.


Prism Mini

3Dquality is a young company, founded at the beginning of 2014, but they’ve risen rapidly to become one of Russia’s biggest developers of 3D printing devices and 3D printing supplies. We initially learned of them last year when they added their tiny, inexpensive
Prism Mini delta-style 3D printing device, and their line of products continues to grow additional and additional expansive. For a company which’s only two and a half years old, they’ve been remarkably productive. Let’s take a nearer appear at a few of the printing devices which have helped them become so successful:

The Prism Pro, 3Dquality’s inaugural product, created really a few waves in the Russian market when it was released in August 2014. The industrial delta-style FDM printing device was the initially of its kind offered by a Russian company, and its sizeable 400 x 800 mm diameter create area, ease of use and versatility created it a swift favourite one of customers. At ₽210,000 (of $3,250), it’s nicely inexpensive
for an industrial printing device.The Prism Uni, released at the same time as the Prism Mini, is marketed as 3Dquality’s “3D printing device for the home,” and its price tag of ₽42,000 (of $650) reflects its status as an entry-level printing device meant for casual hobbyists and actually children. It is the ideal printing device for kids to learn with, 3Dquality states, but it works well as an office printing device, too, offering a create area of 145 x 145 x 140 mm and a minimum layer thickness of 0.05 mm.The Prism Mini is fundamentally only a miniaturized create of the Pro, with a print area of 150 x 230 mm in diameter. It is 3Dquality’s tiny business offering, with a cost of ₽52,000 (of $805). Until August 31, 3DQuality is offering a special promotion on the Mini; with each purchase, they’ll throw in five spools of filament for free.

5.33Dquality has in addition created a wide range of filament, which include PLA, ABS, HIPS, and the translucent, glasslike SBS in a variety of colors. Most of their materials are sold in partnership with Russian filament developer BestFilament. 3Dquality in addition offers two variations of a 3D printing pen, plus a pair of VR glasses, suggesting which they may be appearing to expand outside the world of 3D printing.

In November of 2014, 3Dquality obtained awards for “Breakthrough of the Year” and “Most Popular Manufacturer of Consumable Materials” at the International 3D Print Awards, after less than a year in business. The company’s printing devices have built a presence in a variety of industries which include education, architecture, construction, medicine, create, aviation, and consumer goods, and customer feedback has been consistently positive, suggesting which this young, ambitious company won’t be slowing down anytime soon. They may already have offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Irkuts, plus 25 distributors across Russia. We appear forward to seeing their next developments, as well as the development of the Russian 3D printing industry overall. Discuss additional in the 3D Printing in Russia forum over at 3DPB.com.