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The AIS IT Services and Office Technology Blog. Insights and perspective into what works and makes businesses more competitive.

Top 6 Questions You Need to Ask When Buying a 3D Printer

on May 3, 2018 11:59:47 AM By | Gary Harouff | 0 Comments | 3D Printing
So what really is all the hype about these next-generation 3D printers nowadays? It’s almost unbelievable to learn all of what 3D printers can do along with understanding the wide range of capabilities these printers can perform, depending on the specific job the user is requiring. In fact, check out our article: 5 Awesome Uses For 3D Printing. Whether you’re printing 3D clothing for high-fashion runway models, or designing and printing titanium beams strong enough to support a 500 ton bridge, 3D printers sure do make our super fancy smartphones look like like a thing of the past.  
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Heavy Metal 3D Printing: The Good, the Bad, and the Future

on Mar 29, 2017 7:38:45 AM By | Gil Mayron | 1 Comment | 3D Printing Resources & Training
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) "Heavy Metal" 3D printing is an additive manufacturing technique that uses a laser fired into a bed of powdered metal, aiming the laser automatically at points in space defined by a 3D model. The laser welds the material together to create a solid structure. Lasers. Metal. Yep, 3D Metal Printing is a working 3D print solution.
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Buying a 3D Printer? Consider This

on Feb 22, 2017 11:37:09 AM By | Gil Mayron | 0 Comments | 3D Printing Leasing Information Office Equipment
If you're reading this, I think I can assume that you've at least heard about 3D printers and that anyone can buy one. Who wouldn't want a 3D printer? I mean who doesn’t want to 3D print their own Legos and create life-size constructs with ease? Heck, that's why I started – print 3D objects I can imagine and then print? Yes, please! Before diving in though, there are a few things you should know before you buy a 3D printer.
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3D Printing for Manufacturing Applications – In Action!

on Jan 30, 2017 10:43:54 AM By | Gil Mayron | 0 Comments | 3D Printing
All of us at AIS love it when a customer, new or old, loves the products and services we deliver. Remarc Mfg is a new customer and they're so excited about their recent purchase that they've been sharing their results on Instagram. One of their services is helping their customers in production development. They're looking forward to the possibilities the Projet 2500 from 3D Systems has for them. We've been excited to help them out as well. I've been out to visit them, as have our resident 3D experts, to help them configure the technology to their clients. They decided they could buy a piece of equipment from anyone, but they went with us because of our 3D printing knowledge. Our office (and one of our 3D printing experts) is in Reno, close enough to their offices to provide onsite support if needed.
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A 3-D Printable Christmas

on Dec 23, 2016 7:30:00 AM By | Gil Mayron | 0 Comments | 3D Printing
I'm continually amazed at what people come up with for 3-D printing. I usually focus on the practical side of 3-D printing, but, since we're two days before Christmas and most of us are having visions of sugar plum fairies let's take a break today and look at some of the fun stuff people are using 3-D printing for this Christmas season.
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