Paperless Parts Announces Upcoming “Tech Day”

First of Many Tech Days Planned for 2011

Nashua, NH, June 1, 2011:  Paperless Parts, specializing in 3D Printers and Scanners, is pleased to announce the first tech day of the summer will take place at their facility on Wednesday June 15th from 1:00pm – 7:00pm. Experts will be on hand to explain the process behind rapid prototyping and what it takes to get a project under way.  Using specific software techniques to utilize 3D scanners and full color 3D Printers in order to get prototypes completed fast.

Tech day will include representatives from Paperless Parts, SpaceClaim, and Z-Corporation. Live demonstrations of 3D printing, 3D scanning and an interactive look at SpaceClaim software will be offered for free. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own stl or vmrl files for 3D printing as well as an object to scan live. Free food and prizes will be available for those who attend.

 “Tech day is a great chance to converse and share ideas with our customers and friends” said James Jacobs, President of Paperless Parts. “Offering this sort of hands on opportunity gives people the ability to get involved in the 3D printing and 3D Scanning process and to see new benefits and applications of rapid prototyping.”

Paperless Parts is New England’s only authorized commercial Z-Corp reseller.  A New England Z Corp reseller since 2001, Paperless Parts has printers and scanners installed at a variety of aerospace, consumer product, footwear and other manufacturers throughout the region.

Date:  Wednesday June15th

Time:  1:00 –  7:00pm

Location: 165 Ledge Street, Nashua, NH

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Phone: 603.595.1400


About Paperless Parts

Paperless Parts helps leverage 3D CAD data across the product development process. 3D CAD data is unambiguous and communicates not only dimensional requirements but also design intent. The unique tools and prototype services offered are selected to maximize the impact on the design process. They help design products faster, at a lesser cost with higher quality.    

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