A few days ago it was exciting to announce the publication of my first tutorial for Formlabs, and now it’s a pleasure to also announce that my downloadable designs are now available through 3D File Market – just follow the link to start downloading and printing 🙂
To coincide with being listed as a featured designer, I was interviewed about how I got into 3D printing, and the journey to get to my 3D printed bicycle. The full story can be read here, and it was actually a great experience to reflect on my first experience of 3D printing way back in 2009 (there is a photo of my first ever 3D print in the article!) and the moment I quit my job and became a poor uni student again in 2014, starting my research into 3D printing. A real turning point in my career, and a gamble that well and truly has paid off.
Thanks to Philip for getting in touch and for dedicating his time to the 3D File Market website – what’s unique about the website is that all files uploaded are verified, meaning that the files are of a high quality and proven to print. They are also not owned by a large 3D print company that is trying to sell printers or materials, so there is no bias in their articles. If you’re looking for somewhere to share your designs, check them out, or if like me you’re already using one of the big names, 3D File Market might make a good addition to reach a wider audience.
– Posted by James Novak
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Good on you, I will have to head over to 3d file market and check them out. Sounds interesting.