Designers and individuals can create products via i.Materialise.com and have them shipped to their customers.
 
They also offer white label drop shipping so the products can go out with branded packaging.
 
If you want to get started with 3D printing but don´t have the necessary design skills, you can find an experienced 3D print designer on their forums.
 
The materials available at the time of writing included:
 
  • Polyamide
  • Stainless Steel
  • Resin
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Rubber-like
  • Brass
  • Ceramics
  • Bronze
  • Alumide
To sell your designs in the i.Materialise shop simply enable your vendor profile in your account, upload your designs, and offer it for sale.

Payments

Once a month via PayPal.

Start designing at i.materialise.com

Additional Info

  • Type Freelance, Online
  • Eligibility International
  • Investment required? No
  • Need Experience? No
Published in Designing
Ponoko gives you the chance to set up your own make-on-demand factory. Using 3D printing and laser cutting technology you have the chance to design and create more than you thought possible.
 
Their process works as follows:
 
  1. You design it.
  2. Upload your design to Ponoko
  3. Choose your materials
  4. Make it
  5. Ship it
Any designs you upload to Ponoko remain your copyright.
 
It is free to open a store on Ponoko and you can sell your own designs and other peoples products.
 
Because it is make on demand you don´t have to buy inventory upfront. Buyers pay you for the product, you then get Ponoko to make it and ship directly to the client or to you. 
 
There are no listing fees, no set-up fees and you can sell an unlimited number of products.
 

Set up your free Ponoko store at www.ponoko.com

Additional Info

  • Type Freelance, Online, Business
  • Eligibility International
  • Investment required? No
  • Need Experience? No
Published in Designing