PRLog (Press Release) – Mar. 5, 2014 – COVINGTON, Ky. — USA
The products range from fashion jewelry pieces to home decor items and tech accessories. To view the collection, please visit http://amazon.com/ 3dlt (http://amazon.com/ 3dlt)
“We’re excited by the potential of a partnership with Amazon,” says CEO John Hauer. “They’ve become an eCommerce juggernaut, in part due to their ability to capitalize on innovations like 3D printing.”
In June of 2013, Amazon launched a store on its marketplace dedicated to the sale of 3D printers and supplies.
“When it was announced that Amazon would begin selling 3D printers and supplies last summer, the industry heralded it as a defining moment, a clear indication that 3D printing was going mainstream,” says Hauer. “We think the decision to sell 3D printed products sends an even bigger message. Consumer products are the next frontier.”
Initially, 3DLT has made approximately fifty of its products available on its Amazon store. Over the coming weeks new products will be added.
“We’re thrilled to be included in the pilot,” says COO Colin Klayer. “We think 3D print-on-demand will be very attractive to companies who want access to a new, digital channel. It will also be appealing to independent designers who’ve told us they want access to a large consumer market.”
Designers interested in joining 3DLT are encouraged to visit http://3dlt.com/ designers
3DLT provides a platform for 3D Printing As-a-Service. The system enables retailers to sell 3D printable designs and 3D printed products, online and in-store. 3DLT sources and curates content and manages production on behalf of its retail partners. The company also provides consulting services, helping retailers architect and deploy their own 3D printing services.
3DLT was launched in 2012 and is managed by a diverse team whose complementary skills include deep experience in 2D and 3D printing, retail, eCommerce, technology, sales, marketing, project and product management, logistics, operations, and more. 3DLT has been featured in Popular Science, TechCrunch and Entrepreneur Magazine, among others.
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