I think it’s just about identifying a gap in the market and coming up with a design or product that could potentially fill that gap. 3D printing allows you to create products that don’t currently exist in the marketNeil Watts
Neil Watts is a 3D printing enthusiast who has turned his hobby into a business. His online store, Aero3D, sells custom accessories for drones to customers worldwide. Neil doesn’t have a background in design, but he’s taught himself to design parts with basic cad software.
In this interview, Neil tells us about:
- How he found an opportunity in custom drone parts and how other 3D printing enthusiasts can find market niches.
- How he finds clients without spending a penny on marketing.
- How he manages to run 13 printers simultaneously while still keeping his corporate job.