May.7, 2013

3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) launched today the first 3D printing-based Star Trek app to create customized 3D printed products and collectibles based on the iconic Star Trek series through Cubify.com. Under license from CBS Consumer Products, Star Trek 3DMe lets users create a full-color, personalized 3D printed figurine of themselves in a Star Trek uniform from the original series by simply uploading two photographs of their face.

Users can personalize their figurines with a variety of options such as authentic Star Trek ranks from ensign through captain, uniform colors, and poses including the famous "live long and prosper" Vulcan gesture complete with Vulcan ears.

Once you finish your design and upload two photos, front and side, someone at 3D Systems will convert your image into a 3D model and print it out using the Projet 660pro 3D printer. The whole process takes around three hours.

Star Trek 3DMe figurines retail for $69.99 each.

"We're delighted to offer Star Trek fans the chance to join the crew of the Enterprise by replicating themselves in 3D as a crew member," said Sarah W. Stocker, Senior Director of Cubify for 3D Systems.


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