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You may have seen recently that rigid ink have ceased to produce and supply their 3D printing filament. They have served their customers for over five years. Therefore, due to larger competition bringing out cheaper filament, it is just not viable for them to carry on this supply. The increase in competition, along with the rising price of raw materials, has slowly reduced their profit margins. This makes it difficult for them to grow further and make a profit.
What’s next for rigid ink?
In spite of all this, rigid ink is staying in the 3D printing industry! Over the years of serving customers, they have compiled the most extensive set of training and service instructions for FDM printer owners all over the globe! They have processes available to allow their experienced experts to aid other users to better for every 3D printer that has been manufactured. Although rigid ink succeeded with their 3D printer filament, they found that the support proved much more successful and enjoyable.
What does this involve?
As a result, they have created a complete training and feedback suite. They have designed a mentoring and training package to advance your results when 3D printing. With no hassle, annoyances or head-scratching! Follow along with them, and they will show you how to precisely set up, operate and correct any issues with your printers. These include short detailed videos, in-depth masterclasses, follow-along checklists and worksheets with STLs to print along with.
Where do I sign up?
Rigid ink is offering 14 days full access to their training suite, so if you are interested, you can sign up here. However, if you are not satisfied, you can cancel free of charge. As a bonus, you will get a 112-page Ultimate Troubleshooting Guide eBook worth $14.95 for FREE!
Rigid ink still have stock of filament on Amazon, so grab it while you can!
You can find out more at the Rigid ink website for further information and updates.
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