Makeronee, based in Singapore, is a 3D printing marketplace with endless possibilities and a host of features and perks for everyone involved, from selling to buying to sharing.
Offering a community for 3D printing, modeling, and scanning, as well as a marketplace for purchasing 3D printed items, Makeronee sets itself apart by offering so much to its participants. Anyone can buy and sell, and Makeronee caters to 3D printing enthusiasts, hobbyists, and those operating small businesses that offer 3D printing. Customers can purchase items, as well as downloadable designs, with ease in doing so through their mobile devices.
With a community forum that encourages everybody to share and discuss topics regarding 3D design, printing, and more, Makeronee fosters a camaraderie between their members. They also offer a blog for the community so that everyone can stay up to date on many topics, including the latest technology news, advancements, and topics regarding 3D printing and related conversation, as well as events, competitions, and exhibitions.
With a special right now for all vendors who sign up before March 2015 to receive one year free from paying commissions, Makeronee centers around those who are responsible for providing an inventory to those who browse for gifts and more on the site. They believe that giving their vendors the best tools and features possible leads to a great experience overall as they highlight specific products each week that are selling like hotcakes and getting the most attention.
The shopping page features an area that spotlights those items for sale that have the best reviews, thus receiving the best ratings. This gives shoppers a quick and easy way to find the good stuff — and motivates the sellers to go for the competitive edge. In a double-dose of marketing, weekly featured, high rated items are also presented in all of Makeronee’s social media sites — Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and Instagram.
Makeronee helps vendors with organization and management with a streamlined dashboard so they can keep a close eye on product inventory and everything connected to sales. The dashboard also helps coordinate and organize information regarding any current promotions and discounts being marketed to customers.
While those registering before March 15 will have a year off from commissions, the normal rate for vendors is 9% on each transaction with a minimum price of $5 for items sold on Makeronee. Makeronee offers support for their members and vendors 24 hours a day.
Have you checked out Makeronee’s offerings for buyers and sellers? What 3D printing marketplace is your favorite, and why? Tell us about it in the Makeronee forum over at 3DPB.com.
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