Startup Mixee Me wants to make 3D printing accessible to everybody. Founded in 2012, Mixee Me enables you to design your own Mixee figurines with their online Mixee editor. This editor is a web-based 3D character creator that you can decide what your Mixee looks like -- you can pick the hair, eyes, body parts, even upload your own graphic for facial expressions and shirt designs. You can 3D model a character in some minutes with this simple online tool.
Mixee Me will then make them real with 3D printing. Mixee Me partner with Shapeways, who print your models in full color and ship them directly from their facility in Europe and NYC.
Mixees are currently $25.00 each plus shipping. Shapeways will add shipping fees, which are $6.50 for US, Canada and BeNeLux; $9.50 for other European Countries; and $19.99 for the rest of the world.
(Images credit: Mixee Me)
The website does not work on mobile devices (yet) and it is recommended that you use a browser that supports WebGL like Chrome/Firefox to access it. You may also need to get an early access Mixee Code. Find out more information on Mixees' facebook page.
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