3Dtechshop offering great deals on their wide range of 3D printing solutions

Leading provider of 3D digitizing and 3D printing technology solutions, 3Dtechshop, adds new products to their inventory with fantastic deals

January 24, 2020 —

3Dtechshop, an authorized dealer in EinScan has grown to become one of the leading sources for state-of-the-art 3D digitizing and 3D printing solutions, with over a decade of servicing the industry. In line with the company’s goal of making it easier for customers to get the best and latest technologies in the 3D printing industry, the online shop recently added new products, including 3D scanners and 3D printers to their inventory. In a similar vein, the e-commerce store is offering great deals to its customers, ensuring that they get the solution that meets their needs without having to break the bank.

The history of 3D printing can be traced back to the mid-eighties with the invention of stereolithography by Charles Hull. Over the years, the 3D digitizing and printing industry has evolved, with several brands developing innovative products to meet the expectations of consumers. However, with the plethora of 3D solutions available from different manufacturers, it can be sometimes difficult to choose the most suitable option. This is where 3Dtechshop has been able to make a huge difference for almost one and a half-decade.

3dtechshop has distinguished itself as the leading source of premium quality yet affordable 3D solutions, with every 3D scanner, 3D printer, as well as other products from the company designed to ensure high performance and optimal productivity.

The company regularly offers mind-blowing deals on their different categories of products, ranging from scanners to printers, and even accessories. The likes of EinScan Pro 2X Plus Multi-Functional 3D Scanners, Junco X-max Industrial 3D Printer, and other solutions on the store are sometimes made available with as much as 20% off the original price.

The comprehensiveness of the store, quality of products offered, user-friendliness of the e-commerce site, and relative affordability with free shipping on orders over USD 159 have made 3dtechshop the ideal source for 3D printers, scanners, and accessories.

For more information about 3dtechshop and the amazing range of products offered, please visit - https://3dtechshop.com.

About 3dtechshop
3dtechshop is an online store that provides a wide range of 3d scanners and printers to meet the diverse needs of customers. The authorized EinScan products dealer offers the latest technologies in 3d printing and digitizing at remarkably affordable prices.

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Name: 3Dtechshop
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Organization: Zwaanendael Seashore Tech LLC
Phone: (502) 465-3636
Website: https://3dtechshop.com/

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