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empowered by obstacles


One of our clients' head of R&D wasn't ready to pay for the 3D printing of the new designs we were working on. We were presenting images but we needed to jump to prototyping to work on details with hands-on contact.

Empowered rather than hindered by this obstacle, we assembled our first 3D printer, which then kick-started our path to Codex, a 3D printers company that we launched in 2014 and has been growing continually since, providing professional grade 3D printers to education, investigation and digital production.


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