At MakerBot It has just been announced that from this week they will begin to focus on the development of their products, focusing on offering solutions for the professional and education sectors. As can be read in the latest statement released by the company based in Brooklyn, New York:
These new solutions offer engineers and designers a faster and more effective way to develop their projects and offer a better way to integrate 3D printing in schools.
Among the latest developments presented by MakerBot, highlight the presentation of applications and software where it has sought to improve especially the integration in the workflow professional practice while trying to help teachers in the introduction of 3D printing in classrooms. Work has also been done on simplifying the process of preparing the files or on the adjustments to be carried out in 3D printers.
MakerBot will focus its business strategy on offering solutions to professionals and the education sector.
According to the press release, the teams will remain the same, although MakerBot ensures that they have been internally retouched to improve overall performance, making them faster, easier, more reliable and that in turn they can offer even greater manufacturing volume. What is truly novel is that now the possibility of using filament is included Tough PLA that stand out for characteristics such as being more durable and more resistant to impacts.
Heeding the word thirst Jonathan Jaglom, current CEO of MakerBot:
We have been listening to the needs of our customers, the cornerstone of our company. Our solutions for professionals and teachers are based on the 'feedback' we have received from them to accelerate and improve the iterative design process and make teaching with a 3D printer easier and more effective.