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Hi there,

I hope you're doing as well as can be expected as the COVID-19 pandemic makes its way around the globe. Our thoughts and prayers are with those struggling with the disease and the front-line healthcare workers battling mightily to save lives and keep us safe. The 3D printing community has stepped up in a big way (see the article below), which has been inspiring to watch as we all come together for humanity.
3DEO has reduced its factory crew to only those personnel required for production. The sales and marketing team is working from home, but we're still open for business and we will continue to support our customers through this crisis. If there's anything we can do for you, please don't hesitate to reach out.
MS_Headshot (3)Matt Sand
President, 3DEO
(424) 732-9596
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How 3D Printing Companies are Responding to the Coronavirus


A surge of additive manufacturing (AM) companies from service bureaus to makers have publicly declared their willingness to support the manufacture of much needed life-saving medical equipment.

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Additive Manufacturing Gears Up for Mainstream Production 

Is additive manufacturing ready for mainstream production, or does it remain mostly a method for producing prototypes and spare parts? This is the question that faced a panel of experts at the Pacific Design and Manufacturing show in Anaheim.

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PartsIs Metal Additive Manufacturing for You?

Are you interested in high-volume-production metal additive manufacturing (AM)? If so, first and foremost you must develop a deep understanding of the total cost per part and how it breaks down.

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Someday My Prints Will Come: Additive Manufacturing Insights

3D printer innovations, expanded material options, and emergence of a robust supply chain are increasing confidence in additive manufacturing technologies. To learn how additive manufacturing is evolving, ODT spoke to industry experts.

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Ever since he began his career, Payman always dreamed of having access to a 3D printer and hoped to make the technology accessible to all engineers. He hoped to enable all engineers to unlock their creativity and expand their minds beyond conventional manufacturing processes. This motivated him to invent a low-cost 3D printing technology and start 3DEO.

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About 3DEO - PRODUCTION Metal 3D Printing

3DEO uses its proprietary metal 3D printing technology to manufacture small, complex production components. Part pricing and quality is directly competitive with machining and MIM.

With 3D printing you can quickly develop new products and seamlessly scale to serial production on demand so there‚Äôs no need to worry about long lead times, minimum order quantities, or high tooling costs. 

3DEO specializes in small, complex stainless steel components.

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