Updated: Aug 6
If you've ever exhibited at an event or need to, you would know it's important to come up with an innovative way to attract potential customers to your stand. When the World Robotics Summit in Tokyo was just around the corner, the Gizmo 3D Printers team were tasked with 3D printing a large quantity of branded robots and rockets for the Queensland Robotics stand. Being the fastest 3D printers of its kind with large build volumes of up to 400mm x 225mm x 800mm, the Gizmo 3D Printers are ideally suited for this kind of job that requires mass manufacturing of high resolution parts in a short period of time. We 3D printed the red robots and rockets using Fun To Do Standard Blend Red resin and the blue robots were printed with DruckWege resin Typ D.
Photo credits: Micromelon Robotics
As you can see from the photos - the large quantity of robots and rockets were an eye-catching hit at the exhibition stand! "Yes, the prints were effective as a tool to attract patrons to our stand. Interestingly the general attendees liked the robots, and kids liked the rockets (although the robots were more popular overall – no surprise given the audience). They were perfect for a ‘trade show’ as most stands were giving something away (including nice boxed chopsticks in one case!)." says Timothy MacTaggart, Chief Entrepreneur in Residence at QUT bluebox of his experience at the stand.
There seems to be a market for eye-catching items to give away at exhibition stands - perhaps something to look into for those seeking to provide a printing service with their Gizmo 3D Printer/s. As you can probably tell from reading this 3D printer use case, the Gizmo 3D Printers are the perfect printers to get large volumes of 3D prints done fast.