Test 3D manufacturability during the BYOP open afternoon of Binder3D

Bring your part, design or idea

Binder3D, an experimental environment for SMEs in which the focus is on discovering opportunities within industrial 3D printing, opens its doors on Tuesday 21 June at Westerbork (the Netherlands). From 12:00 – 17:00 PM, you are welcome at Binder3D to discuss the manufacturability of your part, design or idea with the specialists of Binder3D. The best part? It’s free.

The specialists of Binder3D can help you with the design, the choice of the most suitable techniques, the right materials and if necessary, also with the final 3D printing process. The specialists will be present all afternoon, so it is not necessary to book a time slot. Everyone is welcome, whether or not you have experience with 3D printing. This is your chance to turn your idea into reality! Don’t have a specific product in mind yet? Get inspired by the examples of successfully printed parts and functional products.

Do you want to test the 3D manufacturability of your part, design or idea? Or maybe you would like to gain some inspiration? Then drop by at Binder3D and register via this page.

About Binder3D

Binder3D is an experimental environment around Additive Manufacturing for SMEs in the northern Netherlands. In this living lab companies find everything they need to discover the opportunities within industrial 3D printing. They facilitate and support companies in realising their innovative ambitions. This lowers the barriers to discovering 3D printing and prepares the participating parties for the production and design methods of tomorrow.

Binder3D has the ambition to raise the level of knowledge in the northern part of the Netherlands to a higher level by creating collaborations and jointly gaining knowledge and experience. They believe in sharing knowledge and lessons learned, so each party learns faster and more efficiently and to prevent every company from inventing the same wheel.