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There are plenty of ways to get your designs 3D printed at high resolution and in cool materials. You can even sell your designs in a few places. But 3D printing company Kraftwürx announced the next step in 3D printing commerce exclusively at World Maker Faire New York today.

Via their new Digital Factory program, anyone who creates cool 3D models can now set up their own 3D printing store on their own domain, and sell their goods themselves. Customers shop at the creators own website, but the purchases are 3D printed and fulfilled by Kraftwurx, making it effortless for both creator and buyer.

[T]he system provides your brand or store with access to all that Kraftwurx has to offer including a network of more than 125 3D printing facilities worldwide and 85 materials, the largest selection of 3D printing materials anywhere.

Packages start at $49/mo. Find out more at Kraftwürx.

Ken Denmead

Ken is the Grand Nagus of GeekDad.com. He’s a husband and father from the SF Bay Area, and has written three books filled with projects for geeky parents and kids to share.


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