Tasos Polygenis


Athens, Greece


Engineer of Production and Management


As an experienced technical writer with a decade of experience in the 3D printing industry, Tasos has a deep understanding of the technology, its applications, and its impact on various industries. Tasos has a proven track record of creating high-quality technical documentation, user manuals, and training materials that are clear, concise, and easy to understand. Tasos has expertise in a range of 3D printing technologies, including FDM, SLA, SLS, SLM, and DLP, and has experience working with a variety of 3D printing software, such as SolidWorks, AutoCAD, and Fusion 360. Tasos is also well-versed in post-processing techniques. Throughout Tasos's career, he has collaborated with engineers, designers, and other technical experts to create documentation that meets the needs of both technical and non-technical audiences. Tasos has a passion for making complex technical concepts accessible to a wider audience and takes pride in creating documentation that empowers users to get the most out of their 3D printing equipment.

Latest Posts

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ASA vs PETG: A Comprehensive Comparison and Guide

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