On the launch day 29th November, E3D changed the name to E3D Hemera instead of E3D Hermes

Unfortunately, less than 24 hours before launch, they received a legal challenge from a company much larger than them, and with significantly more legal resources. They objected to naming the product after a Greek god from the Mycenaean era, as they felt the name belongs to them.

Therefore they undergo a rapid unscheduled rebranding, and settled on Hemera, a somewhat less fashionable Greek god, yet still in keeping with their other mythological names, and our first female one too.

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