The office supply chain, Staples, recently opened its first 3D Experience Centre in the Netherlands, as well as its 3D printing online service. The 3D printing world just took another big leap into the consumer market. Opening a 3D printing shop that offers its consumers personalized objects, figurines and other gifts with the client faces is likely to be the fastest growing demand in the field of 3D printing.
Digiteyezer is a French company specialized in developing 3D scanning applications for the consumer markets. The franchise proposes to any individual or retailer to open a 3D personalized gift shop within an hour by simply installing the 3D photo-kiosk, developed by Digiteyezer, in connection with a large catalog of 3D figurines and bobble heads. With this solution, any consumer can get scanned in a boutique and then select in the catalog the 3D objects to purchase and print.
The fully automated 3D kiosk scans the head of the consumer in one second, creates the model of bobble head or figurine in 10 seconds and then upload automatically the 3D print job on ZCorp color printers to make watertight 3D figurines.
Thanks to the complete automation of the scanner and a specific 3D printing process on ZCorp, Digiteyezer is able to offer the 3D print shop very low retail prices for full-color 3D figurines and an average 50% margin. An initial enrollment fee is €9,900.
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