Without the financial support and participation of these companies, our last event would not have happened. We truly appreciate that they decided to support us and hope that they’ll join us again as we venture into future events.
Björn at 3D-Grottan is somewhat of a celebrity for anyone who builds or tinkers with 3D-printers. Along with Ron at RepRapPro he probably has the largest assortment of parts and accessories, i.e. everything you might need for your RepRap printer. He’s traveling all the way from Kimstad in order to join us. Read more on their website eller send them an email.
3DPrima is one of the largest distributors of filament in all of Europe, but they also have a wide array of 3D-printers for sale. They’re based in Staffanstorp and are convinced that 3D-printing is the future. Their goal is to put the technology in arms reach for as many people as possible. Today they’re selling complete machines, filament and accessories, and they offer swift deliveries all over Europe. Check out their website or get in touch with them.
Creative Tools, authors of the famous 3D Benchy. If you can put “3D” in front or after the name of something, odds are that Creative Tools are working with just that. Creative Tools sell 3D-related products from market leaders within software and hardware. For over 20 years they’re been delivering solution within visualisation and rapid prototyping. Have a look at their website, download the Benchy, or maybe send them an email?
Unfortunately Creative Tools will not be joining us in person, but they’ll have a strong representation and remain one of the event partners.
RepRapPro are selling full printers kits including printed parts, electronics plus any other component necessary to get started with your own RepRap printer. They also sell assembled printers, filament and a wide array of accessories. In other words, they’ve got you covered when it comes to 3D-printing. Have a look at their offering, or get in touch with Ron.
Bondtech develops and manufactures cutting-edge dual drive extruders. The extruders’ unique design eliminates the risk of grinding, slipping, filament deformation and under extrusion. Using two counter-rotating drive gears, the Bondtech extruders grip and push the filament from both sides for a secure and stable filament feed. The result is a reliable, more precise and faster printing process. Based in Värnamo, Sweden, Bondtech manufactures Bondtech Dual Drive extruders to users and retailers across the world. Have a look at their website or contact them.
R-pi is a family company run by Karin and Pär Andersson and based in the city of Helsingborg. They’re one of the largest Swedish suppliers for everything Raspberry Pi, and they’ll be on site offering sales and support throughout the event. In addition to their presence, they’ll also be offering courses in how to get started with and use OctoPrint to control your printer. Read more on their website or get in touch.
Autodesk is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. They make software for people who make things. If you’ve ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you’ve experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with their software. Autodesk will be with us during the entire event, introducing both themselves and their great software suite. Have a look at their website or contact them.
Conrad is an international electronics store. They’ve been established in Sweden since 2005 and carry more than 750 000 products within home electronics, computer hardware and software, car accessories, tools and much more. They’re also selling a wide range of 3D-printers for both consumers and professional use. They basically stock everything you might need for whatever project you sink your teeth into. Read more about them, or get in touch.
r.a.p.s constructs in CAD, makes changes or optimize your details in preparations of a 3D-print. They’ve got high resolution machines for scanning and 3D-printing. Thanks toexperience from many years in the area they also offer educations and workshops. Should you need any help with 3D-printing or similar, they’re your go-to company. Check out their website or get in touch with them.