AIRK launches Thingiverse channel

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AIRK Drones has recently launched a channel at the largest 3D printing community in the world, Thingiverse, where designs that can be useful for multicopter users will be shared, both professional and non professional, both AIRK’s as other brands’.

AIRK Drones has recently launched a channel at the largest 3D printing community in the world, Thingiverse, where designs that can be useful for multicopter users will be shared, both professional and non professional, both AIRK’s as other brands’.

Since its first days, AIRK provides in its website a free gallery of 3D accessories so that users, in just a few minutes, can convert their drone for multiple applications, and also can share their designs with the rest of users. The new Thingiverse channel means a step further in the same direction.

“3D printers are setting a paradigm shift in the way we do things, in the same way drones do it”, explains David Matanzas, CEO of AIRK Drones. “I believe in a future where 3D printers will be available to everybody, and in a world where, when someone loses TV remote’s cover, he or she will be able to print a new one, instead of wrapping it with scotch tape. In AIRK we want to promote this idea, and that’s the reason why we design and share accessories and components with the whole community”.

David Matanzas also tells that he is frequently asked if AIRK drones are 3D-printed, and why the arms’ specifications are not public. AIRK’s CEO usual answer is that, for security reasons, it is always better that the structural components of professional drones are manufactured in injection with high-resistant materials, and that the company’s policy is never to make public these components.

Although 3D printers and 3D printing services, whether online or local, are becoming more and more usual, AIRK is aware that not everyone has access to that technology. That’s why the same printed components will be available at Amazon and at the rest of the distribution channels.

AIRK Drones is a Spanish startup focused on the design and industrial manufacture of civil drones, that firmly bets for a high quality product and a high versatility of its aircrafts using 3D printing.

For this reason, AIRK will soon take part at In(3D)ustry, one of the most important 3D printing and digital manufacture systems fairs in Europe. More than 100 speakers and 20 countries certify the importance of this event, that will take place October 3-5 in Barcelona.

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