Zazzy Joins Shopify’s Massive Online Marketplace for 3D Printing e-Shops

Zazzy Joins Shopify’s Massive Online Marketplace for 3D Printing e-Shops

By Tyler Koslow

Starting off back in 2013 with a strict focus on customizable 3D printed charm bracelets, the 3D jewelry platform Zazzy has quickly expanded into new territories both inside and outside the of the jewelry market. After venturing into customizable 3D printed necklaces and cufflinks, Zazzy has quickly become a popular place to sell and purchase custom 3D jewelry, claiming to have had a total 60,000 people selling over 300,000 3D designed accessories on their platform. Now, Zazzy has announced a partnership with the massive e-commerce marketplace Shopify, looking beyond jewelry and into the limitless world of 3D printed goods.…

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Zazzy Joins Shopify’s Massive Online Marketplace for 3D Printing e-Shops

New 3Dprintler API Brings Competitive Spirit to the 3D Printing Marketplace

New 3Dprintler API Brings Competitive Spirit to the 3D Printing Marketplace

By Tyler Koslow

When searching for a flight, hotel, room, or car rental for an upcoming vacation, quite a few individuals use price comparison websites such as Expedia or Priceline in hopes of discovering the most lucrative deal across the travel market. And, as there are often an abundance of airlines and hotels to choose between, the same could be applied to 3D design marketplaces, which are constantly growing in both quantity and quality. From 3D marketplaces such as Thingiverse to 3D printing service providers like Shapeways, access to 3D content is becoming increasingly available and therefore more competitive.…

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New 3Dprintler API Brings Competitive Spirit to the 3D Printing Marketplace

3DPrinterOS Announces Private 3D Printing Cloud at CES 2016

3DPrinterOS Announces Private 3D Printing Cloud at CES 2016

By Davide Sher

3DPrinterOS was created as an easy to use and accessible cloud platform to manage and run networked and remote 3D printers, as well as a system for the secure handling of digital 3D files. This accessibility – along with file safety – is now proving to be an asset for those enterprise customers that need to implement a secure manufacturing platform, remotely accessible by large numbers of employees across the globe.
As CEO John Dogru, a former Lead Automated Manufacturing Engineer at Dell, clarified, 3DPritnerOS can be accessed at the click of a button and it is proven to work through 1000s of hours of testing worldwide.…

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3DPrinterOS Announces Private 3D Printing Cloud at CES 2016

ROBO 3D Gives Us a Whiff of Their Latest Innovations at CES 2016

ROBO 3D Gives Us a Whiff of Their Latest Innovations at CES 2016

By Tyler Koslow

Since conquering a big portion of the US market and expanding their distribution deeper into Europe (as well as Canada and Latin America) last year, it seems that ROBO 3D is now shifting their attention towards further developing their 3D product line. This week at CES 2016, ROBO 3D is showcasing a variety of new products, some of which are so unique that you can literally smell it!

ROBO 3D will be unveiling two 3D printers at CES 2016, one made for entry-level 3D printing and the other for the prosumer type.…

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ROBO 3D Gives Us a Whiff of Their Latest Innovations at CES 2016

Kayak for 3D Printing “3DPrintler” Turns Down 7-Figure Investment Offer

Kayak for 3D Printing “3DPrintler” Turns Down 7-Figure Investment Offer

By Michael Molitch-Hou

What began has venture focused on 3D printable hydroponics systems for urban farming called 3Dponics, has since grown to include a CAD modeling tool, dubbed 3DCreative.ly, and, more recently, a global price search engine for 3D printing called 3Dprintler.  And, at least according to the company’s blog, they’ve turned down a seven-figure investment proposal in the process.

As a sort of Kayak for 3D printing, 3Dprintler is meant to allow anyone to compare prices for 3D printing services across a wide variety of platforms, including Sculpteo, makexyz, i.materialise, and, now, Shapeways. …

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Kayak for 3D Printing “3DPrintler” Turns Down 7-Figure Investment Offer