Oct. 26, 2014

Have you ever wished to have a Taj Mahal miniature with your name inscribed on it or Gateway of India keychain. Many people love to own such unique personalized products. But these personalized products aren't available anywhere in the market. But with the advent of 3D printing, this is bound to change. Now creating unique personalized products is very much possible and is also affordable.

think3D is one of the few Indian 3D printing companies that stood at the forefront of this revolution and made this personalization possible. think3D is a platform for all 3D printing needs in India and has just come up with a beta release for their new design store for 3D printed objects. Through the design store, think3D plans to build a huge collection of unique India specific 3D objects that can be personalized. Customers can select the object of their liking from the website, personalize it and think3D shall print those objects and ship to the customer.

As a part of the launch collection, think3D released miniatures of famous monuments like Charminar, Parliament, Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar, Sanchi Stupa, Jantar Mantar etc. According to Prudhvi Reddy, one of the founders, "Every monument has a story to offer. We visit many places but most of us do not buy the souvenirs as we do not connect with the standard non-personalized souvenirs available there. Moreover, most of us have dream destinations which we mayn't visit but wish to have stuff connected to that place with us. With the launch of think3D design store, we are filling that gap. To start with, we are offering Indian monuments in the choice of colour and material to the customers,  Our next theme will be on the dance forms of India."

Website visitors can choose from a variety of design collections like home décor, phone cases, accessories, tools etc.  Those who want to add any custom text can specify their request while booking the item., and will be shown  the final picture before printing the object. Customers can also choose the color and choice of plastics as we currently offer FDM technology. In future, the company will also offer SLA and SLS services as well.

According to Raja Sekhar Upputuri, co-founder of the company, "3D printing offers a unique opportunity where a customer has maximum say in the final product he is going to buy. We are excited by the prospects of this technology and decided to open up the concept of "mass customization" to the Indian consumers. We envisage a time when 3D printers become much more accessible. We are gearing up for that by building India's largest 3D design collection."

Apart from running an online 3D design store and 3D printing service bureau, think3D is conducting free 3D printing workshops for students and enthusiasts.

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