The formable world of 3D printing: 3D Hubs




The formable world of 3D printing: 3D Hubs

Be printed. 3D object at someone nearby It may be through the platform of the Amsterdam start-up 3D Hubs . The company wants to make 3D printing in this way possible for everyone, while encouraging local production.

People through the website upload an object and then have it printed. Upon the possessor of a 3D printer This may be searched by location and then be selected on the different types of materials and printers that are available. Then people can choose to pick up the print or to send.

3D Hubs went through last year successfully accelerator program Rockstart and started in April 2013 with the service. There are now over 3,000 printers connected to the network, spread across 80 countries. According to him, the company has even built the largest network of 3D printers in the world. From Amsterdam 3D Hubs works with about 15 men’s and recently there are a number of employees in New York to explore the American market.

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