i.Materialise’s .MGX high-end retail operation is currently exhibiting their wares in Shanghai
The idea for the website was born, when the founders realized how difficult it is to get reliable information on the prizes of different 3D printing services—before uploading the file to each of their websites.
This means that one can use this software to 3D print your designs with i.materialise.
3D printing will not be used by “everyone to make anything”, but rather it will be used by some to make objects they really care about.
On their blog i.materialise announces that Tinkercad, a CAD tool that runs in a browser (via WebGL), now offers a one-click support to our i.materialise 3D printing service.
On december 31st 2010, Joris Peels, till very recent the community Manager of i.materialise made these predictions in Techcrunch
i.materialise is ecstatic to be the first 3D printing service in the world to offer the costumer the chance to see his creations brought to life in this amazing material.
Each of these designers wins a 3D print of their piece as well as a place in the .MGX Shop.
A SketchUp design that would improve your car, boat, bike, Segway, pogo stick, unicycle or any other vehicle.
Inspired by PeLi Design’s Machine’s Perception door handles i.materialise made a kit and manual for you so you can make your very own door handles.