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Shapeways Now Shipping Direct From the USA


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Wow! Super nice work guys :-)
#1 owlposse (Homepage) on 2011-07-07 03:13 (Reply)
Wooo Hooo
#1.1 Duann on 2011-07-07 03:17 (Reply)
Fantastic news, guys! Also saw that today's order promised 8 days shipping instead of 10. Keep it up!
#2 Michiel Cornelissen on 2011-07-07 10:08 (Reply)
Thanks, let's make that number drop !!!
#2.1 duann scott on 2011-07-07 10:14 (Reply)
great news! so there is going to be a cheaper US price now that's different then the rest of the world?
#3 Jeff Bare on 2011-07-07 13:05 (Reply)
Sorry for the confusion, there was a brief miscommunication,

We have simply eliminated any import and UPS duties to the USA for now... Prices per cubic centimeter have not been reduced yet.

Thanks
#3.1 drscott on 2011-07-07 13:08 (Reply)
OK, well increased margins for shapeways makes me happy too.
#3.1.1 jeff bare on 2011-07-07 13:22 (Reply)
Not yet, it was sales tax over different states that caused the confusion for me (not being in the USA)...
Buyers in NYC must pay a sales tax, everybody else in the USA does not, for now, to my knowledge...
#3.1.1.1 Duann on 2011-07-07 15:34 (Reply)
Hhm, wonder how this will affect your frozen neighbours to the north... probably not at all except possibly shorter delivery times... or will they still come from the Netherlands?
#4 Glenn Slingsby on 2011-07-07 13:26 (Reply)
Hey Glenn,

Not yet, US only for now but we are looking to change that in the near future...

Hold tight.
#4.1 drscott on 2011-07-11 05:15 (Reply)
That are great news!!!!
#5 woody64 on 2011-07-07 19:21 (Reply)
Can you tell us if same machines are used to print out WSF material in US? In other words, will WSF objects be done in exactly the same way like in NL? (same machine, I think it was EOS 100.. and also same base Nylon material) (?)
Reason I ask is that I did try to print some of my DualNexus bracelets on different sintering machine - and while print came out okay form-wise - material used was somewhat different that shapeway's WSF - and so it more more brittle.

TNX,
Igor
#6 Alienology | Igor (Homepage) on 2011-07-10 17:56 (Reply)
Hey Igor, we will continue to use the EOS100 for US orders so they will be the same great quality.
#6.1 drscott on 2011-07-11 05:14 (Reply)
Ameritrans Freight International is unique in shipping to Africa continent as it is the only approved ocean carrier by the Federal Maritime Commission or FMC as licensed N.V.O.C.C. / O.T.I. Ocean Common Carrier offering door-to-door quotes on Air and Ocean services INSTANTLY from any city in the USA. Includes East & West Africa ports for safe freight transportation of personal & industrial goods.
#7 shipping to africa (Homepage) on 2011-07-20 12:08 (Reply)

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