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Ultimaker Reveals New S5 Printer

The Ultimaker S5 is here Ultimaker has just announced their most advanced 3D printer yet - the Ultimaker S5. Built for the office, the Ultimaker S5 is a powerful, reliable, and versatile 3D printer that delivers industrial-class results.   Forward-thinking professionals all over the world, from designers to engineers to architects, discovered that the Ultimaker 3 … Continue reading Ultimaker Reveals New S5 Printer

Using 3D Printing for Prototyping in Product Design & Manufacturing

3D printing can be used as an important step in product design as it allows quick and easy prototyping at a minimum cost. In general, the product design process involves the following: Come up with an Idea Do market research Product design development (size, materials, costing, etc) Final 2D drawings of product (with dimensions) Create … Continue reading Using 3D Printing for Prototyping in Product Design & Manufacturing

3D Printing as Manufacturing

3D Printing is actually a means of manufacturing, and should only be chosen as the method under the right circumstances. More traditional methods of manufacturing, like CNC, injection molding and casting can all still, and should, play a role in manufacturing of products. Formative Manufacturing This is typical of high volume production and requires an … Continue reading 3D Printing as Manufacturing

Ultimaker 3D printers on sale now in Nairobi

>> Ultimaker 2+ is 289,000 KES and includes filament, free software and tools. >> Ultimaker 3 is 439,000 KES and includes two rolls of filament, free software, wifi connection, camera, USB key and all the tools needed to get started. Call or whatsapp 0797561349 for more info and to book a free demo. Email sales@kuunda3d.com.  … Continue reading Ultimaker 3D printers on sale now in Nairobi

3D Printing in 2018

With the start of a new year, we often look back on the past year's achievements and speculate about the year ahead. There are loads of predictions for 3D printing 2018 and Kuunda 3D is adding our thoughts to the mix. Here's one summary of the industry leaders' opinions on 2018: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/whats-next-3d-printing-2018-additive-manufacturing-expert-perspective-126680/. 3D Printing 2018 Blockchain … Continue reading 3D Printing in 2018

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How to use our 3D Printing Service

So, you want to use our 3D Printing Service? 3D printing can be used for so many applications and since it's a new technology, we thought we'd explain more about the process of using our 3D Printing Service. First, congratulations! You are thinking outside the box and finding new ways to turn your ideas into … Continue reading How to use our 3D Printing Service

3D Printing No-Electricity Electronics

Researchers at the University of Washington are 3D printing no-electricity electronics parts to create devices that can transmit information over Wifi - no electricity or batteries required! If this sounds complicated, it is a little. They had to figure out how to transmit data in binary (zeros and ones) from a physical input (such as a … Continue reading 3D Printing No-Electricity Electronics

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3D Printed Architectural Models – Tudor Apartments in Mombasa

3D printed models are changing the way architects and property developers show off their designs and new buildings to their clients. For architects, 3D printed architectural models allow them to display details that are hard to grasp in digital renders or traditional old-school paper and cardboard models. For property developers, 3D models allow them to … Continue reading 3D Printed Architectural Models – Tudor Apartments in Mombasa

Kuunda 3D officially opens in Nairobi, Kenya

Kuunda 3D expands with 3D printing in Nairobi Kuunda 3D has expanded and now offers high quality 3D printing in Nairobi. Founded in 2015 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Kuunda 3D began to serve the Nairobi market in early 2017. We have now established our headquarters in Nairobi, offering our clients a wide range of … Continue reading Kuunda 3D officially opens in Nairobi, Kenya