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    How to Survive the Covid-19 Pandemic as a 3D Printing or Fabrication Shop

    Are you a 3D printing or digital fabrication shop? Do you need guidance on how to navigate your business through the pandemic?


    Mike Moceri, CEO and founder of MakerOS, identified 8 important steps that every 3D printing or AM shop should take during these unprecedented times. Mike has an extensive background in the 3D printing printing business having ran service bureaus in Chicago, Detroit and New York, and worked with Fortune 500 companies.


    His 8 steps are available in this eBook for you to review and act on.

    Download the ebook for free here

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    Thank you for this post. I work for a company that actually took advice #5 and pivoted to producing and brokering medical PPE to help healthcare workers (and anyone really) protect themselves from this pandemic. We have been making face masks and those ear savers (the little bands that face masks hook onto, thus taking the stress off your ears if you have to wear a mask for hours on end). We also have managed to get a steady and reliable supply of Surgical masks, N95 respirators, isolation gowns, goggles and more medical PPE which we have been trying to sell to healthcare companies. One struggle we have been having, however, is that even though our prices on most of these goods are better than majority of other sources, we are still having a hard time getting consistent business. Currently, outside of a few large orders from healthcare companies which our employees had connections with, we have found the most success marketing locally on the Nextdoor Neighbor app.

    That being said, if anyone has any tips on how to become an established supplier of PPE in these times I would love to hear that as well.

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    I like this word "survive" it is the best for our perioud

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    I think the only way not to lose your business at this time is to provide maximum internet advertising and convenient delivery of goods in your country.

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    Thanks for sharing this valuable information.It is very essential in this pandemic situation.It is pretty useful.keep it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by evangelionlovr View Post
    Thank you for this post. I work for a company that actually took advice #5 and pivoted to producing and brokering medical PPE to help healthcare workers (and anyone really) protect themselves from this pandemic. We have been making face masks and those ear savers (the little bands that face masks hook onto, thus taking the stress off your ears if you have to wear a mask for hours on end). We also have managed to get a steady and reliable supply of Surgical masks, N95 respirators, isolation gowns, goggles and more medical PPE which we have been trying to sell to healthcare companies. One struggle we have been having, however, is that even though our prices on most of these goods are better than majority of other sources, we are still having a hard time getting consistent business. Currently, outside of a few large orders from healthcare companies which our employees had connections with, we have found the most success marketing locally on the Nextdoor Neighbor app. myaccountaccess

    That being said, if anyone has any tips on how to become an established supplier of PPE in these times I would love to hear that as well.
    in this pandemic situation your work is really good. i would like to share some information in next fewdays so thank u

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tory View Post
    I think that now it is difficult for any business. Only pharmacies and mask manufacturers are fine. And you need to adapt to the situation.
    Quarantine forced me to grow my business online, otherwise I would have closed. I've lost a lot of money anyway, and I'm doing my best not to lose my business.
    I do not lose hope for improvement, and want to be happy with what I have. In time of war people tried to live, give birth to children and be happy. So we can handle this.
    Well done, you have a great mood. It's better to be happy with what you have than to worry about what you can't change.

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    Satta Matka

    Quote Originally Posted by MakerOS_Carlos View Post
    Are you a 3D printing or digital fabrication shop? Do you need guidance on how to navigate your business through the pandemic?


    Mike Moceri, CEO and founder of MakerOS, identified 8 important steps that every 3D printing or AM shop should take during these unprecedented times. Mike has an extensive background in the 3D printing printing business having ran service bureaus in Chicago, Detroit and New York, and worked with Fortune 500 companies.


    His 8 steps are available in this eBook for you to review and act on.

    Download the ebook for free here

    The winner of Satta Matkahappens to be the person who guesses the correct number and is thereafter rewarded with a pre-determined amount of money. ‘Kalyan and ‘Worli’ are the two most commonly organised ‘Satta Matki’ lotteries.

    The ‘Kalyan Matka’ gambling was started by Kalyanji Bhagat in 1962. Bhagat was a Gujarat-based farmer who came up with the idea of starting lotteries that ran for seven days a week.
    The ‘New Worli Matka’ was started by a man named Rattan Khatri, two years after ‘Kalyan Matka’ with certain changes in the lottery rules. This lottery ran for five days a week, being shut on the weekends i.e. Saturday and Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_12 View Post
    I think the only way not to lose your business at this time is to provide maximum internet advertising and convenient delivery of goods in your country.
    Yeah, I agree with you. The company I work for also provides 3D printing services. After the beginning of the Covid 19 epidemic, we invested more money in website advertisements so that our employees have jobs to do.https://www.rpproto.com

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