OpenBeam & Nightmares in China Sour...

Solar botics
February 16, 2016

We've been a big fan of Openbeam for a long time, and when Terence Tam started producing 3D printers using this material, we were hopeful that this would be a great fit for his operation. Nice material, great engineering - what could go wrong? LOTS. Follow his spiral down the Asian rabbit-hole when his selected representation in Asia seems to drag him into a quagmire (hint: that's a word meaning "an awkward, complex, or hazardous situation") that severely damages his company.

Read more on Terence's blog

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