Volodymyr Usov, a founder and chief executive officer at Odessa-based startup Kwambio that provides an online platform for easy 3D printing, says that everyone will have such a printer at home in the near future. The main problem with 3D printing now, however, is it is too complicated for many people.
The first time Usov discovered a 3D printer was at the IDCEE conference, an annual high-profile technology conference in Kyiv in 2013. “I asked many questions about how printers work. And even though I understood what opportunities it can give to the manhood, the biggest challenge is that regular people cannot understand how you can print a physical object,” he says.Odessa startup promises easy 3D printingRead More