South Bend, Indiana, 5th July 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, Dylan Roberts, the young and ambitious founder of CuberPi, is thrilled to announce the news about the company’s continuous development. Following its expansion to South Bend, Indiana last year, the 3D printing company has now increased its services and sales internationally.
“We are proud to be working with clients from all around the world,” Roberts said. “It’s really overwhelming to see how our printers are being used in different industries.”
“We want to be able to help our clients with whatever they need,” he continued. “We’ll keep on innovating and developing new products so that we can do just that.”
According to Dylan, the key to success has been identifying and responding to the unique needs of each client, whether they are local or based overseas. “We make sure that we really understand what our clients need before starting work on a project,” he says. “It’s important to us that they feel confident in our abilities and know that we’re invested in getting the job done right.”
This commitment to customer service has resulted in some very satisfied clients, including those in the education, automotive, and manufacturing industries. “We’ve even had a few clients who were so happy with our work that they decided to invest in their own 3D printers,” Dylan says. “It’s been really gratifying to see how our products are making a difference in people’s lives.”
CuberPi designs and sells 3D printers to both companies and individual clients. The company offers a wide range of 3D printing services, including design, prototyping, and production.
Dylan uses his extensive engineering and mechatronics experience in order to develop products that are reliable, user-friendly, and affordable. He is passionate about making 3D printing technology accessible to as many people as possible and is always looking for new ways to expand the company’s reach.
“I see a lot of potential in 3D printing technology and I think it’s going to change the world in a lot of ways and I’m proud to be a part of that,” Dylan says.
As CuberPi continues to grow, Dylan is focused on maintaining the high standards of quality and customer service that have made the company so successful. “It’s been a lot of hard work, but it’s all been worth it,” he says.
Furthermore, he also shares that part of the company’s success is due to the strong team he has built. “I’m really lucky to have such a great group of people working with me,” Dylan says. “Everyone here is passionate about what they do, and it shows in the work we produce.”
Looking ahead, Dylan is optimistic about CuberPi’s continued growth and expansion. “I’m grateful for all the opportunities we’ve had so far, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds,” he says.
Being in the industry for over 15 years, Dylan Roberts gained a lot of experience which helped him to start and successfully lead his company, CuberPi.
After graduating with a BS in Engineering degree from the University of Michigan, he began working with many different firms where he gained useful experience in the industry.
However, he decided to start his own company, CuberPi, with the intention of providing affordable manufacturing solutions like printers or CNC Routers in developing communities.
“CuberPi began to serve the market with desktop 3D printers in early 2013,” says Roberts. “Our aim was to bring an industrial quality product to the home user.”
The company started as a modest business and has now become a thriving business with a team of passionate engineers, mechatronics experts, and customer service specialists.
They are constantly striving to provide the best products and services to their customers all over the world.
To know more about CuberPi and its products, you can visit its website at https://www.cuberpi.com/.
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