Skriware’s 3D print tech steals the headlines, with massive interest from educational institutions and corporate buyers
A Polish-Swedish startup, Skriware, showcased its brand new home and school-suited 3D printing ecosystem that enables you to design, develop and program 3D-printed robots effortlessly. In fact, Skriware 2 the latest in a lineup of their proprietary printing tech that combines creative mindsets and applied scientific skills has been dubbed by Skirware to be the world’s most user-friendly 3D printer and was very popular among the thousands of visitors who stopped by to see the printer in action.
Recognizing the UAE as a global driver of the 3D printing sector, Skriware shared that it plans to focus on the UAE as a key market and indeed see GITEX Future Stars as the ideal place to present their value proposition and meet interested buyers from the world over.
We were super excited to meet potential clients at GITEX Future Stars from all over the world and receive their precious feedback Skriware’s products speak for themselves, thus I believe we have managed to persuade the GITEX’s audience that our ecosystem will revolutionize the approach to education, in order to meet demands of the 21st century job market. - Karol Górnowicz, Skriware CEO
Since the launch of the Dubai 3D Printing Strategy, the region is certainly going beyond the hype to see successful 3D printing applications across 3 focused sectors: construction, medical products and consumer products. With the objective to have 25% of Dubai’s buildings based on 3D printing by 2030; the sector is expected to witness a major boom. By 2025, the value of 3D printing construction will reach AED 3 billion while 3D printed medical products sector will reach AED 1.7 billion.
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