After producing our first RETR3D based printers we engaged our immediate Tech community on its outputs and gathered feedback from their interaction with the printers. We also attended various exhibitions to gather feedback from individuals from their experience with the printers. We also tested our locally produced filament with our printers to see if the two would produce quality print-outs.
We also engaged a STEM NGO in purchasing a printer for their 3D printing lessons in other to get feedback on its usability which has been great so far.
So far, we have received positive feedback from both our printing and printer customers.
Currently, we are embarking on educational campaigns in teaching and creating awareness of 3D printing, what it is and what you can do with it as it is widely underappreciated in our country given that the set target group doesn’t actually know about the technology.
However, we have managed to grow a stream of printing customers who purchase some of our printed items such as earpiece holders, keychains and others. We also do 3D modelling for other startups as well as prototyping in that regard. We also have students from some of the universities such as University of Mines and Technology; and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology printing various parts of their project works and architectural designs.
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