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Hi there,

I am excited to announce a terrific milestone for 3DEO this month: We have shipped 150,000 production parts to customers for end-use applications. From day one, 3DEO's mission has been to break metal additive manufacturing (AM) into high-volume production and give CNC and MIM customers a production-quality alternative with all the benefits of 3D printing. This milestone demonstrates that we are on track, validating our patented technology and unique business model.
Our unique business model in the industry is, I believe, the primary driver of our success to date. We have heard you, our industrial customers, loud and clear. You don't want to buy printers and endure the cost and complexity of setting up your own infrastructure. You want to buy parts. We built our business model around the job you are trying to get done. Rather than sell printers, we became power users of our own technology to get you the solution you need. To do this, we had to build an automated end-to-end industrial platform that gives you on-demand access to scalable infrastructure while leveraging the most advanced manufacturing technology.
We are very proud of what we have accomplished. But we are just scratching the surface of what’s possible with metal additive manufacturing in the world of metal parts. With our 3D printing and automation software and hardware, combined with our world-class R&D team and quality systems, we are primed to scale metal AM into millions of parts next year.
Thanks again for subscribing to our monthly newsletter, I’d love to hear your comments and questions, so please don’t hesitate to respond to this email. Also, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for more frequent updates. 
MS_Headshot (3)Matt Sand
President, 3DEO
(424) 732-9596

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