Peer2Tech is an initiative to promote innovation by guiding companies and make new techniques more accessible.
It is not so much about the technique itself, but about the application possibilities. What can we do with it?
Not all companies have knowledge of the 3D print market.
Peer2Tech has this and also has a network of professional parties and a wealth of experience with projects. We do not sell equipment and are therefore independent.
The interest in 3D printing started in 2012 when there were some problems with a plastic product supplier. The first steps in 3D printing were amazing. It’s a beautiful world, in which primarily technical people, but the software still leaves much to be desired. This can be better, easier and more fun. There are countless opportunities for many industries. In the meantime, the 3D print market has become a fully-fledged market with professional equipment and parties.
Peer2Tech’s creator and founder is Carina Canoy, an experienced project manager and lawyer (Specialization European tendering, Public Private Partnerships) in the real estate, https://linkedin.com/in/carinacanoy.
She has worked as an independent since 1998 for many organizations, such as Schiphol, government buildings Agency, current National vastgoedbedrijf (Ministry of Finance), Royal Haskoning (current Royal HaskoningDHV), GVB and various municipalities.
Due to her extensive experience with projects in many organizations and her pioneer spirit, she is well able to implement 3D printing successfully within your company.
In the spotlicht of 3D printing
Peer2Tech® is a registered trademark of the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property