By the way, pass it up the ladder that this little H series Afinia 3D printer is the greatest machine I ever bought. About a 15 on the 1-10 scale.
John Domville – EST Communications
Ethan Broadway is a Radiographer with Edumation who works with a company that has developed a synthetic bone graft substitute. Ethan’s quest was to determine a better way to show potential clients how their product performed after surgery, other than using CT scans.
Ethan has followed 3D Printing for a few years, beginning with some of the popular kits available at the time. As an amateur astronomer, he knew that a desktop 3D printer would be a good way to create parts to improve his designs. “The only reason I didn’t buy a kit was I’d spend so much time assembling the thing and getting it running that I would never have time to actually build my telescopes.”
Here’s a note to John Westrum, VP at Afinia from Todd Giglio, an Afinia H-Series Desktop Printer user and Technology Teacher:
Thanks Mr. Westrum, I am very pleased with my printer that I bought from your company and I appreciate you thinking of me. The 3D printing technology has been a real interest-booster for my class/lab. I am thinking of personally investing in another Afinia printer for my classroom as I find the students in the morning classes are printing all-day prints, which makes the printer unavailable for the afternoon classes!