3DQue based in Vancouver, Canada, produces automated digital manufacturing systems for in-house, on-demand mass production of high resolution plastic components. 3DQue is changing the way 3D printing is performed with innovative technology that delivers complex plastic parts at scale with speed, cost and quality not achievable with traditional 3D printing.
3DQue's first system, QPoD is able to continuously deliver parts 24/7 without the need for an operator to remove parts or reset printer- no tapes, glues, removable print beds, or robotics. The QPoD's proprietary 12 sq. ft design allows it to fit in any facility plugging into a regular wall socket. This compact unit produces 100,000 small parts per year on-demand at costs that rival mid-volume injection molding.
Today 3DQue is set upon bringing their proprietary technology to the 3D printing industry with their newly developed Quinly upgrade kit for Ender 3. To propel innovation forward and make highly advanced technology accessible to makers and print operators alike.
Our Origin Story: About the Inventor
From the moment he got his first 3D printer, Mateo spent hours making his ideas come to life and began modifying his printer to be faster and more efficient. Soon, there was so much demand that running the printers meant getting up at the crack of dawn, and scraping and laying out prints late into the night to fulfill orders. In an attempt to get his life back, he started the process of automating his printers. In 2018 the technology was ready to commercialize, and 3DQue was established with serial entrepreneur, Steph Sharp.