In 2018 Artur and Martin founded a cleantech company focused on the development of an innovative sustainability machine. The R&D process was not only time- and staff-consuming, but also requiring a huge number of unique parts that were neither sold nor possible to be customized according to the needs of small companies.
After a long search, they found a solution: A new 3D printing technology caught the founders’ attention — belt printing. But there was still no printer manufacturer who offered an affordable belt printer. Only expensive business solutions existed. That’s why Martin decided to build up the open-source low-budget 3D belt project and published it at Thingiverse.
With the help of this newly conceptualized belt printer, Artur and Martin were able to simplify their prototyping rapidly. They were able to replace all of their previously used conventional printers.
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