Aniwaa, an online company that offers reliable resources about 3D printing, 3D scanning and other state-of-the-art technology products, has launched a new 3D printer comparison platform. The new tool is based on Aniwaa’s expansive database of 3D printers and was developed to help professional AM users to discover, evaluate and select the right 3D printing equipment for their needs and budget.
The 3D comparison platform not only provides users with the information they need about the various 3D printing systems on the market, it also connects customers to Aniwaa’s global network of trusted resellers, streamlining the research and buying process. The company has also developed a number of marketing and selling solutions to facilitate the connection between 3D printing brands and professional buyers.
“3D printers are a fast-growing category; we’re seeing many professional applications reaching maturity and a strong untapped potential overall,” said Pierre-Antoine Arrighi, Aniwaa Co-Founder. “New hardware is being released frequently, which is creating a very fragmented market space and making it difficult for potential buyers to make an informed choice. That’s why we’re constantly improving our tools to help our users find the best AM hardware for their needs and budget.”
The handy 3D printer comparison platform compiles details about over 2,100 3D printing products and offers users a number of filtering and comparison options to narrow down the broad selection to the relevant systems. Filters include technology, brand and price, as well as build volume, machine temperature, material and more. The platform also allows for buyers to benchmark up to four 3D printers at once, providing a detailed overview of the products.
“I’m really proud of what we’ve achieved,” stated Martin Lansard, Aniwaa CEO and Co-Founder. “With the COVID situation, physical trade shows are declining sharply while the product discovery and comparison phases are moving online. This new release strengthens Aniwaa’s position as the go-to additive manufacturing platform, helping not only buyers but also suppliers– from manufacturers aiming to build their brands to resellers looking for qualified leads. We’re all excited by what’s ahead and look forward to supporting the growth of our industry and helping 3D printing companies thrive.”
The web-based platform is now live and AM industry members and prospective 3D printer buyers are welcome to peruse the user-friendly site. Of course, if you are looking for a comprehensive database of 3D printing companies in the industry (not only 3D printer manufacturers, but also service bureaus, design studios and more) our 3dpbm Business Directory is the place to go.