Discover how to protect yourself from the terrible virus, which will bankrupt your company, by using this antidote

Discover how to protect yourself from the terrible virus,which will bankrupt your company,

by using this antidote

    Worse than the Black Plague of 1630 Worse than the Spanish Flu of 1918 Worse than cholera… this virus is claiming victims among terrified employees and entrepreneurs; a virus which could also strike you if you allow yourself to be overcome by emotions, and if you fail to rely on the unfeeling but truthful science of mathematics. I am talking about the virus of technophobia from ϕοβοϛ “fobos”, which in Greek means fear and τέχνη techne” which means art and in this case refers to technology. Technophobia is not a novelty: the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley shows how man has always been afraid of the dark side of progress, of not being able to control technology and of being substituted or worse still, annihilated. Today we can see technophobia on TV: the famous British series Black Mirror shows how tiny drones in the shape of bees, humanoid and dog robots, can cause the destruction of the human race. If you allow yourself to be influenced by this virus, you will remain stuck in the past and one day you will find yourself so behind the times and with such a stagnant production that you will have to shut down the business lock, stock and barrel. Whether technophobes like it or not, technology will be progressively used in the working world and this is not negative. Thanks to 3D printing, for example, multi-million dollar companies have catapulted their profits sky-high: 1)Nike has increased its turnover by 13%; 2)Ford has reduced production time of one of its components from 4 months to 4 days, with quicker earnings; 3)for American Pearl it is profitable, both in terms of speed of production and costs, to produce its jewellery only with a 3D printer; Technophobe companies, on the other hand, are those which by insisting on not investing in new technology, to improve the performance of their machines, will end up bankrupt and disappear off the market. There are two types of technophobes: There are technophobe employees, who are afraid of losing their job and being substituted by a robot or automatic machines. Then there are technophobe entrepreneurs, who are afraid of investing in technology in case they end up  losing money. The Chapman University research, based on 1,541 interviews, has shown that 95% of the technophobes interviewed are afraid of not being able to control technology. In your case perhaps you are afraid of using additive systems and then not being able to control the expenses and costs which you have to sustain in order to print your components in 3D. You are afraid of finding yourself with a money-eating beast without being able to do anything about it because, once your invested money leaves your cashbox you won’t be able to get it back. You have every reason to be slightly technophobe because, even if you have understood that sooner or later you will have to update your production, you don’t know if the 3D printer you are going to buy is really worthwhile, because nobody will give you prior information to work it out. You realise that you have to adapt to the changing times and automate your company, supporting your traditional methods with additive technology, but you are afraid of doing it in the wrong way.

In the next few lines you will find out how to have the certainty you lack now to not suffer from technophobia any longer and sleep peacefully

Investing in additive systems is a bit like a lottery or throwing the dice in Roulette at the Casino and hoping not to finish all your money in one go. When it comes to risking the closure of the company which gives you and your employees a roof over your heads, you cannot just rely on luck; you need numbers. What happens if you really get carried away by technophobia? You could choose not to invest in a technology such as additive systems, which could launch your turnover. Your machines won’t produce as fast as your competitors. You will still have a lot of stock in your warehouse, that is, unsold capital which you are still paying for, and which will be added on to the expenses burdening your balance sheet.  When a machine breaks down you will have to rely on a supplier, who is not always as punctual as a Swiss watch and for every minute late you are paying gold. In the end you will see your competitors surpassing you because they have invested in 3D, and have a company which is more in the vanguard than yours. You will feel left behind and you will want to catch up. Recovering will then be more difficult: while you have to cover debts and delays, you will have to withdraw from your already unsound cashbox, the money to modernize your production. At this point who are you going to rely on? You will buy from the most famous generalist salesman or from the one who offers you the best price and promises you heaven and earth. You will use the 3D printer, thinking that you are finally in the vanguard when at the most you are just up to date. And what if the promise that your production will speed up thanks to this technology is unfulfilled? If your production is held up by other factors which you did not account for, for example maintenance of your 3D printer, the cost of the gas, of the powders, of waste disposal of the filters, of cleaning; what will you do? Will you let your cashbox empty day by day until you end up in the bankruptcy court? What will you then say to your son who, smartphone in hand, will look at you and ask why it took you so long to modernize your production? Teenagers find it much easier to rely on new technologies so you should take courage from your son on this point. According to Cerved, the consultancy and rating agency, just in 2017, 12,009 companies in Italy went bankrupt. These bankruptcies were not only the result of the crisis, but because their administrators were not able to manage the company accounts in the best way, and because investments in the production did not bring a quick return. Many companies probably launched themselves into additive technology, relying on generalist salesmen and bought a 3D printer which in the end caused them more expense than earnings. These companies launched themselves into the void without a parachute and ended up biting the dust. So, you cannot wake up one morning and decide to buy a 3D printer relying on anyone, or you will risk not being able to cover the costs which will fall on your head like a ton of bricks. It’s impossible even to know if investing in additive systems is really worthwhile for you, and if, in your specific case, perhaps the technophobe entrepreneurs are right.

The only way to inoculate yourself against this rampant virus:

Is to have the guarantee that the 3D printer you will buy will really produce and earn faster

Click here to produce faster without risking a cent

But nobody will give me this guarantee, the salesmen of standard 3D printers and Service give me their word and promises.” If you rely only on their promises, without first seeing data, then start trembling with fear, because you could really face bankruptcy. But I have a solution for you:

The only existing solution which will allow you to try a 3D printer for steel only, print YOUR components and have economic and financial data and the production times even before buying the printer

The solution is 3D4YOU, a customized system which will tell you, even before investing a cent in a 3D printer, if it is really worth your while to own one, and will show you with stark, clear-cut numbers: 1)how much it will cost you economically and financially to print in 3D (Having this information is like going to the Casino already knowing which are the winning tables and numbers and how much money is going to flow into your cashbox). You can sleep peacefully, because you will know that the investment will not cause heavy costs, which you can’t afford, to materialize out of thin air. 2)how much faster your production will be, thanks to the 3D printer for steel: this data will tell you how much time it will take to recover your investment and how much faster you will earn. 3)if  the 3D printer for steel only, 3D4STEEL, that is the Blue Bear, is suitable for your type of production; I don’t want to spread technophobia by selling 3D printers for steel to companies which will never use it or whose production is unsuitable for additive systems. Would you like to have this data in complete safety without risking even a cent and using up only an hour of your time? You must know that if you don’t like the 3D4YOU system or if together we realise that additive systems are not suitable for you:

You will have all  your money back with 0 risk guarantee

No questions asked If you are not satisfied we will give back all your money to the last cent Help me to fight technophobia with numbers, mathematics and the trial runs and don’t buy any 3D printer without first seeing the numbers. Find out about 3D4YOU by clicking on the red button; fill in the form so that our assistant technicians can contact you. P.S: 3D4YOU is an extremely customized service, where assistants, expert in steel, will follow you step by step, this is why we can offer the service to only 4 companies a month: take advantage of the offer while it is still available, click on the red button. P.P:S: fill in the form without commitment even if you are already suffering from technophobia; knowledge and information are two efficient ways of fighting the virus.
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Ivano Corsini

Fondatore e CEO di 3D4MEC Srl
Creatore di CorSystem - Stampa 3D Superveloce per la meccanica

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