The 3D printers at DreamLab Industries are running all day and all night as the Traverse City startup with five employees churns out face masks for use amid the coronavirus pandemic. But the demand is far outpacing what the company can print – so it’s taken to a crowdfunding campaign to buy more 3D printers , said DreamLab founder and CEO Brandon Williams, 41.
More than $4,000 had been raised as of Monday, March 30.
“It’s a mix of pleasant feelings and a little bit of butterflies,” Williams said of getting production going. “I wish I had a Daddy Warbucks where I could call and say, ‘Hey, we need $25,000 for machines to produce these.’”
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