Shenzhen Yuntuchuangzhi Technology Co., Ltd, a former well-known 3D printer accessories supplier in China, has been supplying parts to China’s major 3D printer manufacturers for years. With years of experience, teaming up with skillful domestic and foreign engineers, entered the 3D printer R&D area in 2018.
As the brand owner of Artillery, Yuntuchuangzhi is dedicated to developing intelligent, high-efficiency FDM 3D printers. In January 2019, their debut FDM 3D printer, Artillery Sidewinder X1 enters the market. With the sturdy design and clean cable management, Sidewinder X1 was broadly endorsed by the foreign makers, educational institutes, and general home users, and their customer services team is widely approved by the customers. Moreover, Yuntuchuangzhi has established a cooperation agreement with one of the top brands in 3D printing community, further information will be announced during 2020 TCT Asia.
Artillery ranked among the top-ten leading brand on most shopping platform in just one-year time. In late 2019, Artillery announced their second FDM 3D printer, the Genius, continues the design philosophy of X1, a sturdy frame with neat cable management, which was sold out shortly after it’s available in the market.
At the beginning of 2020, COVID-19 hits the world by surprise, there’s already over 2 million infected in just 3 months. During this period, makers and medical institutes turn to 3D printing in the shortage of personal protective equipment. To help fight the disease, Yuntuchuangzhi had donated their printers to makers, volunteers, and medical institutes from all over the world to help to print face shields and masks.
Yuntuchuangzhi never contents with the status quo, they actively listen to the customer’s opinions. Since Sidewinder X1 launched till now, their engineers had already made a couple of changes in response to customer’s feedback. And in the future, they will keep on listening to their customers, perfecting their skills, designing and producing more intelligent and high-efficiency new products, let’s wait and see.