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2012 in Numbers: The Shapeways Community & Rise of 3D Printing for All


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Congratulations guys.
#1 Wojtek on 2012-12-20 16:06 (Reply)
Dude, it's 12-20-2012
What 2013?
#2 Germo on 2012-12-20 18:06 (Reply)
Did Shapeways ever receive an award of some kind ?

The scale is amazing especially if you think about the amount of time that it took to get here !
#3 Wesley Günter (Homepage) on 2012-12-20 18:41 (Reply)
Aw thanks guys!
#4 Carine on 2012-12-20 18:41 (Reply)
I am really, very honoured to be part of this. I started contributing stuff for Shapeways last year but it was the year 2012 that saw huge growth in what I do, be it in terms of sales, models, number of fans, etc. Without you guys I won't be doing what I do now. It is needless to say I am so grateful for the excellent job the Shapeways team has done in New York and Eindhoven! You guys have achieved so much in a matter of months!

2013 will be amazing. But I bet you guys already know that :-)
#5 Ariel (Homepage) on 2012-12-20 19:22 (Reply)
are we interested in open a shapeways factory in Chile ?
#6 ALVARO SAAVEDRA (Homepage) on 2012-12-20 20:20 (Reply)
Wonderful work! This is the type of information that
should be shared around the net. Shame on Google for not positioning this post higher!

Come on over and visit my website . Thanks =)
#6.1 coud vps (Homepage) on 2012-12-20 23:07 (Reply)
My son has a very successful shop and has made a steady income over the last couple of years. I am so grateful he found Shapeways. The quality of your products is amazing and it gives creative people an outlet. The figures above are astounding, many congrats on such a successful business .. may 2013 be even better for everyone involved with Shapeways . Thank you.
#7 Chris R on 2012-12-20 21:02 (Reply)
So great to hear Chris! Really glad we can help supercharge his talents :-)
#7.1 Carine on 2012-12-20 22:04 (Reply)

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