RAPID CITY, S.D. (Jan. 2, 2018) – B9Creations, a global provider of professional 3D printing solutions, announced today the release of a new resin designed to meet the needs of the high-speed, high-precision prototyping and manufacturing environments.
When Dan Smith, owner of Magnum Enterprises, LLC., went to the injection molding company that had been creating his plastic parts for years, he never expected that they would misplace one of his molds and have no technical drawing to recreate it. So Dan came to us. And within 24 hours, had a nearly perfect copy of his parts scanned with our B9 Scan 350 and printed on a B9 Core 550.
Military dog tags are highly personal, an ID as unique as its user and a silent statement of their commitment. For a soldier facing the unthinkable, they serve as a reminder that they will not be forgotten. They will not be unknown.
When Kurt came into Irelia Fine Jewelry, it was with a mission of his own.
Kurt was challenged with replicating a cherished heirloom – his client’s dog tag, a vintage, hand-stamped sheet metal treasure over 60 years old.
B9Creations products won’t do you any good if they’re sitting in our factory! We want to make it as easy as possible for you to own a 3D printer and invest in your business with the productivity that B9Creations products bring. That’s why we offer many financing options for our customers – so you get the payment that fits your business and budget.
We love the B9Creator. It’s where we got our start. Because of that machine, we're where we are today – in 66 countries making 3D printing easier and faster than ever, all thanks to valued customers like you. That’s why when we went to build a new machine, we wanted to know what mattered most to you.
A year ago, we published a case study about one of our most loyal and spirited customers Frank Kapplow whose bet on 3D printing advanced his business. Now, a short year later, Frank’s wholesale and retail jewelry store is thriving with his purchase of the new B9 Core 550.
"It's not just about the technical side, it is about creating opportunities for South Dakotans,” said Shon Anderson, Vice President of B9 Creations. B9 Creations may be tucked away on the School of Mines campus, but the company is creating printers of the future. 3-D printing capabilities are no longer out of reach for consumers. Read more at KOTA TV.