Archives for the category: 3D printing stores online

June 25, 2013

Mediabistro Launches 3D Prints of the World Website

Screen Shot 2013-06-25 at 5.53.43 PM.png Mediabistro, the leading provider of jobs, news, education, events, and research for the media industry, announced the launch of 3D Prints of the World, a new website that allows 3D designers to showcase their designs without a fee.

quotemarksright.jpg3D Prints of the World goes hand-in-glove with our Ads of the World site, the largest online advertising community, and Brands of the World, which hosts the largest collection of vector logos," stated Alan Meckler, Chairman and CEO of Mediabistro.

"This site will also support Mediabistro's other 3D printing services, including its Inside 3D Printing trade shows and 3D Printing Insider e-newsletter.quotesmarksleft.jpg

For full press release. via HeraldOnline.

emily | 5:51 PM | permalink

June 8, 2013

Amazon launches new 3D printing hardware and supplies section

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Amazon has launched a 3D Printers & Supplies categories to shop from. Geek reports.

quotemarksright.jpgAmazon has made it easy to shop for the actual hardware, as well as a decent selection of filament from multiple suppliers. There's also a good selection of books and software available, which will enable users of any skill level to benefit from this new shopping experience.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Check it out.

emily | 7:50 AM | permalink

February 23, 2013

Airbnb for 3D printing, Makexyz links designers to local printer owners

logo.png Makexyz is a 3D printing service with a brilliantly simple premise: Link the 3D printer owners of the world with the designers that need them. It’s like Airbnb or Wheelz for 3D printers. VentureBeat reports.

quotemarksright.jpgHere’s how the service works: You sign up, upload your 3D design, and Makexyz will link them to the hundreds of 3D printer owners who can print their objects.

Makexyz creator Nathan Tone says they can print objects for half as much as services like Shapeways. Most printers charge between $.25 and $1.50 per cubic centimeter depending on what material customers would like to print in. (Products at Shapeways start at $0.75 per cubic centimeter.)quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read more.

emily | 7:58 AM | permalink

November 15, 2012

Top 100 websites 2011 in 3D Printing Industry

Top 100 websites in 3D printing industry according to Alexa.com world rankings (Nov.9, 2011) - Updated on Nov.24, 2011 via 3ders.org.

Below, screen capture of top 10. Click here to enlarge.

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emily | 9:06 PM | permalink