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  • Leveraging Creative Technologies and Multi-disciplinary Problem Solving for a Career in Space: An Interview with Caleb McIvor

    Spacebase | Podcast | May 13, 2024

    An interview with Caleb McIvor, Founding Director of PrintGig and CEO/CTO of Epsilum Design. PrintGig is a cutting-edge 3D printing company that specializes in high-temperature polymers for the high-tech and deep-tech sectors - including the space industry in New Zealand; the only one of its kind in the southern hemisphere.

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  • Launching a future for New Zealand space start-ups

    The University of Auckland CIE | News | October 26, 2023

    Two spinouts from the University of Auckland Business School’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) have formed a collaborative relationship, resulting in both start-ups participating in the 2023 New Zealand Aerospace Summit.

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  • 3D printing service PrintGig enters the gig economy

    The University of Auckland CIE | News | August 18, 2022

    3D printing service, PrintGig is an online platform where anyone can take advantage of advanced 3D printing technologies with no technical skills required.

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  • 3D Printing Made Easy with PrintGig

    Soda Inc | News | March 28, 2022

    “We want to become the go-to place for anyone wanting something 3D printed. When people think of 3D printing, we want them to think of PrintGig, especially in the New Zealand market,” says Caleb.

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  • PrintGig wins Soda Seed Grant

    Soda Inc | Funding | March 9, 2022

    PrintGig founders Caleb McIvor and Reese Chen were awarded first place and have taken home $7,000 to grow their startup.

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  • University of Auckland reveals 2021 Velocity $100k Challenge winners

    The University of Auckland CIE | Funding | October 21, 2021

    In October 2021, PrintGig was awarded second place in the University of Auckland's Velocity $100k Challenge. This competition, New Zealand's leading student-led entrepreneurship contest, highlights innovative business ideas and supports their development. PrintGig impressed the judges with its vision to make 3D printing accessible and profitable for everyone by connecting experienced freelancers with consumers seeking affordable 3D printing services.

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