3DLT.com features designs from some of the world’s top industrial designers, animators, and engineers. 3DLT makes it easy for consumers - from grandparents to grandchildren – to purchase 3D designs they can print at home, online, or locally at 3D print shops and other retailers.
“What we’re creating is more than a marketplace, it’s a 3D printing ecosystem,” says John Hauer, 3DLT’s Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer. “We’re fostering relationships between the designers, consumers, and producers of 3D printed products.”
It’s 3DLT’s stated goal to commoditize 3D printing. The $5 price point strikes a balance between free sites where designers aren’t compensated, and other premium sites where designs are sold at higher prices. Flattened pricing also simplifies the shopping experience for consumers.
“There’s significant interest in 3D printing right now and printer sales are brisk,” says Hauer. “That capacity is creating demand for the content we provide.” “People have proven willing to pay for content, but only if the price is right,” he adds.
To get 3D printable designs for only $5 each, or learn more about the promotion, visit:
3DLT is a 3D printing template marketplace. The company was launched in 2012 and is managed by a diverse, experienced team whose complementary skills include industrial design, printing, eCommerce, technology, and marketing. 3DLT has recently been featured in Popular Science, TechCrunch and Entrepreneur Magazine, among others.
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