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How TraceParts is helping Stratasys put its 3D printing solutions on the map

03-03-2020 Priscillia Granval

When it comes to generating new business opportunities, companies cannot escape the fact that they need to promote their products and services. This is especially true in the immature 3D printing market. It is essential to inform, educate and make prospects aware of the advantages in adopting this innovative technology. With this fact in mind, […]

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The 4 essential steps to generate leads in 3D Printing Industry

16-12-2019 Priscillia Granval

Leads generation: here is a subject that has spawned countless articles. Simply do a quick search on Google and you will see just how many pieces have been published on the topic. You are bound to ask me why I am bothering to add another article to the pile. The bottom line is that the […]

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Additive manufacturing: why manufacturers are not (yet) seduced

10-12-2019 Priscillia Granval

In industry 4.0, additive manufacturing is one of those innovations that you cannot let slip through the net if you want to keep pace with your rivals and maintain your competitive advantage. Having said that, many manufacturers in every sector of industry have yet to be won over by this technology. Even though the technology […]

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What challenges will 3D printing professionals be facing in 2020?

26-11-2019 Priscillia Granval

2020 will be the year of 3D printing, however, sector professionals need to make a major effort to educate prospects and raise awareness of the technology if they are to promote their products, services and solutions.

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3D printing: 5 advantages to promote among your customers and prospects

12-11-2019 Priscillia Granval

Sometimes it is hard to demonstrate the advantages of your products to a reluctant and relatively immature audience. But as we have seen, 3D printing is revolutionizing the industrial world.

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