As more and more people are discovering 3D printing, there is an increasing need for people with hands-on experience to share their knowledge. Australian 3D printing experts Aussie 3D and designer Charne Esterhuizen, have come together to launch Let Mike Make It, a new YouTube channel providing accurate and valuable information and professional 3D printer reviews.
To start with, Let Mike Make It will provide consumers with reviews for the entire Aussie 3D product range, and will then review as many printers as possible. This will help new enthusiasts make informed decisions before buying their first printers. “Unbelievably, there has never been a Top 5 Best 3D Printers Review conducted on YouTube. There are videos with titles suggesting they are giving full reviews, but these are actually just compilations of different manufacturers’ ads” says Michael Slavica of Aussie 3D.
To launch, Aussie 3D has released two Top 5 3D Printers video reviews, one for printers over $2,000 and under $10,000 AUD. Then next week the best 3d printers under $2000 Both videos provide in-depth information explaining exactly why each printer was chosen. Viewers are also encouraged to send in requests for objects to be printed and Let Mike Make It will make clear and easy-to-follow instructional videos teaching people how to print that object and how to get the most out of their own printer at home. The finished model will be sent to the viewer who requested it, free of charge.
Whilst 3D printing is still in its early stages of development, it’s also one of the most rapidly changing industries in the world. This unfortunately results in a large amount of information that is already outdated, or quite simply erroneous. After establishing itself as one of the leading 3D printer suppliers in Australia, Aussie 3D is now developing itself as a reference portal for consumers looking for reliable and unbiased advice, tips and more.
About Aussie 3D
Aussie 3D has the largest range of 3D printers in the Southern Hemisphere. Michael Slavica, CEO, together with his team, has used and tested hundreds of 3D printers making the perfect person for this type of review. He was appointed to the Australian 3D Manufacturing Association (A3DMA) Industry Advisory Council that advises Government and Industry in regard to 3D manufacturing technologies.
About Charne Esterhuizen
Charne is a fashion designer incorporating 3D printing into her design and production, and is head of the A3DMA fashion division for Australia. Her experience in designing and producing results, usually against tight deadlines, provides her with a practical viewpoint in regard to the suitability of 3D printers. She has a wide-ranging network of contacts across the 3D printing and fashion industries.