Tuesday, October 12th 2021

Digi-Key Electronics Introduces New 3D Printing Service

Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world's largest selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, announced that it is launching a new 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing tool, powered by Jabil Inc. Through this new tool, Digi-Key customers can upload design files, receive instant quotes and have custom 3D products and items shipped directly to their door from Jabil. Featuring a seamless upload and "add to cart" experience for users, this new additive manufacturing tool provides fast turnaround times and free shipping to customers in the U.S.

"We are very excited to launch our new 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing service in order to give electrical, mechanical and industrial engineers the ability to easily create custom 3D products for manufacturing purposes," said Missy Hall, senior director, new market development, at Digi-Key. "This introduction is a flagship option of Digi-Key's additive manufacturing services portfolio, and we look forward to continuing to expand our offerings to include many suppliers to serve the needs of the additive manufacturing market."
"Jabil has a long relationship with Digi-Key and their 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing tool service is an important step in making Jabil's advanced digital manufacturing capabilities available to a broader set of users," said Rush LaSelle, Jabil's senior director of digital manufacturing. "We will be continuously enhancing the tool through the Jabil digital manufacturing platform with powerful and innovative features to offer increased value and greater agility to Jabil and Digi-Key customers." The launch of the 3D printing tool is part of the DK Marketplace initiative, a singular shopping experience for all things related to technology innovation.
Source: Digi-Key
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4 Comments on Digi-Key Electronics Introduces New 3D Printing Service

#1
dj-electric
This is really cool. So is it a USA exclusive service for now from what I understand?
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TheLostSwede
dj-electricThis is really cool. So is it a USA exclusive service for now from what I understand?
The printing company apparently has 100 locations in 30 countries, so maybe that'll change soon.
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DeathtoGnomes
Sounds like a fantastic idea, just hope they dont price themselves into a failed project...

And they say size doesnt matter. :p
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