Jun.24, 2013

Japanese company Kabuku released "rinkak" last week, an online marketplace that allows anyone to easily sell 3D printed products through its network.

The marketplace is currently only open to limited users for service testing and it is expected to open to the public by the end of June.

Designers could register and upload 3D models to the rinkak and get their design produced through rinkak's 3D printing service and then sell them through the online marketplace. Rinkak charges 30% of designer's profit (product price minus cost of materials) as commission.

This online marketplace is developed by adamrocker, developer of Japanese keyboard "Simeji" and Masahiko, CEO of Kabuku. According to the company, professional 3D printers which worth nearly 100 million yen will be leased through an operational cooperation. The 3D printers will allow them to be able to 3D print all plastic, high-precision ceramic, metal and rubber products.



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