Congratulations, You Are the Winner of Our Pendant Design Contest

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AmLachDesigns, you are the winner of our Pendant Design Contest: Show Off 3D Printing Precious Metals with your Heart Cage Pendant. The design subtly shows off the way in which we can 3D print things within things with our jewelry grade materials like Sterling Silver and Gold Plated Brass with an elegant, feminine style.

3D Print SIlver Pendant on Shapeways

It was not easy to pick a winner with over 160 entrants in what was one of our quickest contests we have ever hosted on Shapeways.  We are continuing to work on bringing you more high quality 3D printing material options to Shapeways with our new Mystery Metal the next in line with many more to come.  We are focusing not only on bringing new materials to Shapeways, but also working hard to improve the quality and consistency of our existing options.  You should see your prints evolve over the coming months.

10 comments

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  1. Ashish Sharma

    Hi,

    Well I’m new to this website and I’m glad to know that designers can sell their ideas here through 3D printing which is great.
    I’m interested in opening up a shop here to sell some of my ideas. But I’m curious that how can I open up two/multiple shops by different names. The reason for this is that I have some ideas/models which fall under different categories and it would be great if I have a theme based name for the shop.
    For example some of the models are like antiques/decorative art and some are modern art pieces, gadgets, accessories etc. Therefore I was wondering if I could open up multiple theme based shops.
    Please suggest what are the possibilities.

    I thank you in advance :-)

    Ashish

    1. Duann

      You can in theory open multiple shops on Shapeways but you will need more than one account to do so.

      Kind regards

  2. Ray

    Didn’t catch the LIVE, such a pity. What I’m interested is, how big you want the NYC factory to be?

  3. ElectroNick

    I’m wondering if Shapeways has a plan of decentralizing the production at some point. Sort of like franchising the “Shapeways” brand and some of the business processes to other companies around the country or perhaps simply opening other, smaller, operations around the country, fully owned by Shapeways. It seems like 3D printing could be made more approachable (and perhaps more affordable?) by using more than one, large as it is, plant in the US.

  4. Josh Joy

    I have heard of laser sintered metal parts having a mirror finish. Is this true and will you be offering this type of printing in the future?

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