Three 3D Printing enthusiasts in Switzerland, with backgrounds in industrial engineering and software have launched Cuboyo.com, an online marketplace which allows designers to offer their 3D creations to consumers around the world.
The process flow is simple: a skilled designer who creates a 3D model of an object, such as a cell phone case, chess set, or ice cube tray, can uploaded to Cuboyo and share with the community for free or get paid every time the 3D model is downloaded.
Consumers can then browse through the categories, select their preferred objects. If they would like to print they can either download a free 3D model or purchase one, usually below 10$.
Watch below a video introduction of How it works:
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