VANCOUVER, Canada, Sep. 15, 2021 (3DQue Systems) 3DQue Systems is pleased to announce that 3D Printlife is an official reseller of Quinly automation for Prusa MK3 and other FDM printers. 3D PrintLife supplies a wide variety of eco-friendly filaments. When combined with Quinly automation, eco friendly mass-production is now possible on the most popular 3D printers.
3D Printlife is the world’s leading producer of innovative and eco-friendly 3D printer filaments. They manufacture professional grade biodegradable materials and are committed to reducing the environmental impact of 3D printing.
“3D Printlife is so excited to partner with 3DQue to deliver their innovative platform to the US market,” says Buzz Baldwin, Co-Founder, “There have been many attempts at automating FDM 3D printers over the years and Quinly is by far the best one I’ve ever seen. 3DQue delivers true 24/7 failure-free operation that vastly increases output and sustainability!”
Quinly, a virtual operator that runs desktop 3D printers 24/7 is compatible with a large range of eco friendly materials, including recycled PLA, BioPETG, and Enviro ABS. This allows for in-house production of eco-friendly plastic goods, allowing businesses to secure their supply chains while reducing their environmental impact.
“We look forward to helping people scale up their 3D printing while remaining environmentally conscious. 3D Printlife’s biodegradable materials are definitely a step in the right direction,” states Mateo Pekic, Co-Founder of 3DQue Systems.
Both 3DQue and 3D Printlife share a passion for sustainability and hope to drive innovation in an eco conscious direction. Join 3DQue for their livestream this week as they discuss sustainability alongside special guest Buzz Baldwin. More information on Quinly can be found at shop.3dque.com
3DQue Systems is a technology startup focused on providing lights-out manufacturing capabilities to entrepreneurs, engineers, and companies by making 3D printers smart enough to run 24/7 without an operator. Now functional and end-use commercial, industrial and consumer goods can be designed and produced anywhere in the world at low cost, accelerating innovation at scale. The 3DQue YouTube channel Perpetual Printing is a resource for people interested in high-volume 3D printing.