This blog entry was posted on Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre written by Chris Thorogood. Read the original post here: https://uwaterloo.ca/conrad-business-entrepreneurship-technology/blog/post/science-standing-out-sienci-labs-enterprise-co-op “What sets your company apart from the rest of the competition?” This is a question that I’ve heard almost daily as a founder of my new venture, Sienci Labs. On the surface, this seems […]
New resources can now be found on our Resources page! We’ve been getting lots of questions on our Facebook usergroup that we’ll be using to help us build more resources on how to use the Mill One. We will keep updating helpful information about the Mill One and desktop CNC milling, so make sure to check […]
If you guys don’t know Joel, he’s known as the 3D Printing Nerd. He’s well known in the 3D printer community for his awesome Youtube channel, which covers news, reviews, and projects around 3D printing. He came by to interview us at Midwest Reprap Festival this year. Skip to 18:40 in the video to see the […]
Our shipment of motors, leadscrews, 3D printer filament, and other items arrived this Saturday and was released from customs last night. We went to a warehouse in Brampton to pick the items up. The weight of our shipment was 377kg (or 830lbs) so the car was riding pretty low as we drove back to Waterloo. […]
The two new Cetus printers are set up and ready to run. We now have a total of seven 3D printers as part of the 3D printer farm which produces parts for the Mill One. Our shipment for 120kg of 3D printer filament has just landed in Canada, and we will be picking it up […]
Looking for parts for your Mill One or wanting to build your own? Parts are now available on our store for purchase. More parts will be added to the store soon, based on demand and inventory. We have also updated our available shipping methods to offer lower rates on parts, especially when ordering multiples of […]
Last month we sent Nathan from 3D Printer Chat a Mill One to review and he loved it. Check out the review here: https://3dprinterchat.com/2017/04/sienci-labs-mill-one/ Please note: No money was exchanged this review. We simply provided a review unit to 3D Printer Chat in exchange for an honest review for the Mill One.
3D printers technically ARE CNC machines because they use “Computer Numeric Control” systems, but when it comes to CNC routers we start to see some major differences between the two types of machines. Almost all consumer facing 3D printers are FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) 3D printers, laying down layer by layer of molten plastic to […]
Assembled units for the Sienci Mill One ordered on Kickstarter are shipping now. Three left our garage today, and the remaining units will be shipped next week! Finding the right sized boxes was kind of tricky, but we did find a couple that matched the dimensions we needed at Home Depot. That’s why if you […]
We are currently in the process of building another 100 Sienci Mill Ones and are clearing out space to make way for new inventory! Exclusive coupon codes for Midwest Reprap Festival and our mailing list will be expiring tomorrow!