When you’re running a start-up, speed is often a key part in providing your customers with a good experience. Not only does it give you a competitive advantage, it enables you to react quickly to customer demands and get to the best version of the product together. We interviewed Filip Smet, the CEO of Lemon Companies to get his unique insight on why 3D Printing – and speedy deliveries – are so crucial for Lemon’s projects.
Danish software engineer Sune Pedersen was left with mobility problems after an accident at a dancing event a few years ago. The experience made him wonder if there was a way to get around the city that was not only suitable for people with mobility problems, but that was also fun and innovative. Already a technology buff, he hit upon the idea of creating an electric longboard, and with some help from our consumer 3D printing service, i.materialise, was able to create a range of futuristic 3D printed longboards.
After several stolen and lost USB flash drives, startup “HelloWiKey” decided to build a device that will keep all your private files safe and secure and that will always be with you: the WiKey. With the help of 3D printing and crowdfunding, these creative entrepreneurs are turning their dream into reality.