LAST UPDATED: 2 APRIL 2020 AT 23:30 PDT FACE SHIELDS DELIVERED: 474 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT DELIVERED TOTAL SHIPPED: 474 # Ship Date USER (Hospital) DESIGNER DESIGN FABRICATOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER Total Quantity FUNDING SOURCE 9 4/2/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 2 David M. 10 4/2/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 3 You3Dit Inc 7 4/2/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 2 David M. 8 4/2/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 2 You3Dit Inc 4 4/2/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 10 Catherine E. 5 4/2/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 10 You3Dit Inc 3 4/1/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 You3Dit Inc TBD 25 Rebecca K.
End-to-end Process – Consolidated, end-to-end processes for design & fabrication, is a valuable process that few attempt in our business. We do this by managing a zero-to-prototype process and execute these steps with the following philosophies in mind: a) keeping documentation and project history consistent b) clearly communicating through action and project engagement c) having You3Dit staff overseeing your project all along the way. Right tool for Right job – Clients, designers and fabricators place their jobs into the You3Dit ecosystem and in this way, we believe the best person to do the job (based on timing, skillsets, capacity and capability) apply / quote the work. This minimizes gouge-pricing / surge-pricing caused by a client lack of supplier options at any given time. Cost per part and service fee, that’s it – Shipping, packaging, taxes, etc. are all wrapped up into that one quote & process fee. So while we definitely understand the idea that most clients do not want to see the
What did you do last Saturday? We kicked off the first of it’s kind, 3D Design and Prototyping challenge for motorcyclists, enthusiasts and pretty much anyone who can sketch their motorcycle ideas on paper. BuildTak–a 3D printer build platform manufacturer and SFmototype Sponsor–made these beautiful custom 3D printing surfaces for our Type A Machines Series 1 Pros and Printrbot Simple Metals that are on display at SF Moto (275 8th Street, San Francisco, 10a-6pm) Last Saturday, September 10th, we had the official kickoff of our first ever SFmototype Design and Prototyping challenge–where for 45 days, err, 40 days now–people have the opportunity to sketch out on paper, napkin, envelope, whatever…a concept related to motorcycles and submit it to our SFmototype competition. If their concept considered to be the best by a panel of expert judges, they can win a number of prizes: A motorcycle 3D printers CAD training Shop Training and much much more… We had an amazing set of panelists
It all started back in June 2016 with a “hey, what if we did this…” Now, we’re giving away motorcycles, 3D printers, CAD software licenses and more to those who enter to win and participate in what we’re calling “SF Mototype”. Why? Because we believe everyone has untapped creativity that can be unleashed through Computer Aided Design (CAD) and 3D printing. On September 10th, we’ll kickoff this all-new retail experience where for 45 days, anyone can become their own motorcycle part / component creator. Yes…anyone. At the end of these 45 days, panels of experts will evaluate each submission and prizes* will be awarded to concepts, designs and fabrications which really engender the spirit of this event: anyone should be able to create and build their own motorcycle parts and components…a.k.a. mototypes. You3Dit and SF Moto have teamed up with a number of industry collaborators to enable people to Make Anything, Anywhere (see partners / sponsors below). HERE’S HOW THE PROCESS WORKS: 1. You have an idea
In concert with Barowski School of Business and the TechShop San Francisco, You3Dit and EO Products will host PROBLEM SOLVED! 3D – a first of it’s kind 3D print-a-thon to challenge business-minded students and public to solve challenges for a thriving local business: EO Products. Over the course of 3 fast-paced days, the participants will learn how to: Use the Rapid Innovation Cycle to identify business opportunities in the context of consumer goods: Specifically Essential Oils. The Rapid Innovation Cycle is a four-step process where teams: 1) recognize an opportunity (i.e. a problem), 2) define a solution which solves the identified problem (within the team’s constraints) and then design and construct a market test that when put before the “unforgiving marketplace”, can yield real customer data Use Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools to fabricate their market tests on a 3D printer Use a 3D Printer (Printrbot Simple Metal) in order to bring to life their physical prototypes that they’ll use as market tests Just learning how to
Hello You3Dit Design Team, We have a Design Competition for you! We need your help designing a 3D printable object based on our current logo! We’re looking for this to be easily 3D printable and small enough to give away. Here’s the logo file and creativity will go a long way here!! Winner will get $25 credit to print objects in our network! https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/3646162930/0f55d82c22e501408ca7fc23f78c7af0.jpeg Rules: 1) The design should be easily 3D printed – see our articles relating to design for 3D printing. 2) Should be designed using common 3D printing materials 3) All designs for submission should be submitted by August 15th 2014 @ 17h00 PST in the form of an STL file. 4) Any questions can be directed to: info@You3Dit.com 5) Have fun! We’ll announce the winner in our August 2014: Make Anything, Anywhere Newsletter. Sign up for the newsletter now if you’re not already subscribed: (right on the homepage: http://you3dit.com/) If you have any further questions about the competition, please let us know! We’ll