3D printing services across the world just keep getting better and better—and so do options with prepaid cards. And if you are a 3D printing enthusiast in India, now you have the option to take advantage of the convenience of both, plus receive some free stuff via Novabeans, producing your 3D designs hot off an Ultimaker 3D printer.
Novabeans, based in India, is dedicated to spreading the joy of 3D printing all around their country. To that end, they’ve partnered with Ultimaker in creating a special 3D printing prepaid card that comes with two free prepaid credits to all who order their cards by December 31st, 2015.
You can obtain one of the prepaid cards from Novabeans by filling out their online form and having it shipped to you free, or you can pick it up in person at one of many locations in India, to include the Novabeans e-studio in Gurgaon or North Delhi, multiple airport locations such as Indira Gandhi International Delhi Airport or Bengaluru International Airport, and many other places.
With your freebies already loaded onto the Novabeans prepaid card, you can order two free 3D prints, sized at 50 x 50 x 80 mm, professionally produced for you on an Ultimaker 3D printer, using Ultimaker filaments. The great thing about this card for enthusiasts in India is that it can be recharged for ordering 3D prints in a multitude of other colors and sizes, and you can make use of the discounts being offered by Novabeans’ online store in the process.
With their 3D printing services, as well as the ease of the prepaid 3D printing card, Novabeans wants to spread the word that if you live in India and want 3D printed models but do not own a 3D printer, it’s as easy as ordering online and having your very own, creative 3D designs printed and delivered right to your home doorstep.
Founded in 2014 by a team of professionals experienced in the IT field, Novabeans has grown to provide an enormous array of solutions, from made-to-order 3D models to 3D printers, 3D scanners, pens like the 3Doodler, and materials. Novabeans promotes educational products and kits, and offers 3D printing workshops and courses directed toward students from the elementary school level through college, with the agenda for students to “think and solve in 3D.”
Ranging from ‘basic’ to ‘ultimate,’ Novabeans courses, offered at Novabeans e-studios, even allow students in India to earn a Certificate in 3D Printing Foundations. Teaching much more than just the ins and outs of 3D printing, the advanced students also learn about additional processes such as CNC + laser, casting, plating, and more.
The company also offers consulting services within India. Novabeans maintains an office in Paris, too.
Are you a 3D printing enthusiast in India? Will you be ordering or picking up a prepaid card from Novabeans? Discuss in the Novabeans Prepaid 3D Printing Cards forum thread over at 3DPB.com.
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