Canadian Company Wins ‘Best 3D Printer’ Award at CES Asia

Vancouver-based Tinkerine Studios’ Ditto Pro printer won the “Best 3D Printing Product” award at the Consumer Electronics Show Asia 2015 in Shanghai.

With the industry’s first open-C shape frame, the DittoPro garnered the attention of CES attendees with its strong ergonomic design. Industry leaders praised the DittoPro’s efficient electronics storage, balanced printer size to print ratio, and reduced desktop space.

“We are extremely pleased to be recognized alongside other Best of CES Asia product category winners such as Cadillac and Garmin” commented Eugene Suyu, Tinkerine’s CEO. “We are at an exciting time and place for 3D printing where we are supporting and encouraging our customers to think well beyond making trinkets and toys to actual real world applications and manufacturing methods and inefficiencies.”

Tinkerine, manufactures, and sells desktop 3D printers, content, and software for the education and consumer markets.