What could be more fun than ordering one of the unique and select offerings created by a Formsfield designer, picking out something amazing for the home, waiting a short while, and then finding a scrumptious package at your doorstep just waiting to be unpacked with excitement? While we have all enjoyed that traditional process and mail-order anticipation for most of our lives, it’s undeniably even more satisfying to receive your items almost immediately. And Formsfield is seeing to it now that you have all your options open, for whichever method you prefer.
- Stream it directly to your printer.
- Use the nearest 3D printing spot via 3D Hubs.
- Have it printed at a professional 3D printing service.
While all of these options have their associated perks, it’s hard to replace the expediency of being able to work with a local vendor, support the growing 3D Hubs network, and also support a maker within your business and creative community.
The new options are available during the user-friendly checkout process online, and offers a way to give dedicated customers even more flexibility depending on needs, speed, and specific projects requirements. For the many who are ordering from Formsfield and have not yet purchased their own 3D printers, obviously they need to enlist outside help beyond streaming. Others may have their own machines but are working on fabricating designs beyond their current desktop scope. And as Formsfield states:
“This is precisely where 3D Hubs comes into play.”
There is a reason that currently 3D Hubs has 27,500 printers working for them in over 150 countries around the world, with this number continuing to rise impressively each month. Not only that, these hubs tend to use the most high-quality, trending machinery, whether you are having something made from a standard desktop or super industrial-grade printer.
Combined with the elegance and quality that Formsfield is famous for presenting, shoppers are really looking at a winner picture overall as they delve into the world of digital design, 3D printing, and making purchases online.
“We want to make 3D printing available to as many people as possible, regardless of their level of knowledge or experience,” says Oskar Lis, CEO of Formsfield. “3D Hubs connects twenty eight thousand 3D printer owners around the world. This means that there is probably a 3D Hub next door to you and whatever 3D designs you find on our site can be at your place in a matter of hours.”
We’ve been following Formsfield and all of their dynamic activities within the maker community for quite some time, as they’ve established themselves as a marketplace driven by quality and style, an upscale boutique able to give a sales guarantee to their designers, as well as offering fun contests and free stuff, amongst their high-end offerings. There, indeed, you can find everything from the basics, like an elegant chopsticks rest to a mount for your Go-Pro or an inimitable studded espresso mug.
It would seem to us that if you want something quite like nothing anyone else in the office or neighborhood has, then you should order from Formsfield. Apparently, the secret is out around the world too, as their website received around 25,000 views just in the past month alone. They are growing at an accelerated rate, just as the 3D printing industry itself is, and with frequent updates and new interfaces, customers continue to have an exciting and streamlined shopping experience—now to be greatly enhanced with the addition of 3D Hubs.
To mark the launch of this new partnership, 3D Hubs is offering a special voucher to be used with their service. Upon entering the code FORMSFIELD, customers will receive a discount of up to 10€ off for printing designs from the Formsfield marketplace. Discuss in the Formsfield & 3D Hubs forum over at 3DPB.com.
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