|Forum: Shapeways API|
| Topic: 500 Response on POST to /orders/cart/v1|
|500 Response on POST to /orders/cart/v1 [message #136692] Tue, 09 February 2016 20:35 UTC
I'm using Shapeways' Python API, which seems to be working ok. I can authenticate, upload models and get info on models.|
However I'm having trouble adding a model to the user's cart. Shapeways responds with 500. Here's the relevant line calling add_to_cart() from the API:
I've checked 'Offer for sale to others' and 'Display to the public' for the model (via the website), but don't think this should make a difference, as I uploaded the model, and am trying to add it to my own cart.
Does anyone know how to fix this?
[Updated on: Tue, 09 February 2016 20:35 UTC]
|Forum: It arrived!|
| Topic: Rhino and Elephant thing|
|Rhino and Elephant thing [message #136668] Tue, 09 February 2016 10:50 UTC
Gonna try and take some nice pictures for my shop today.|
Pretty happy with how they turned out, sweet!
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| Topic: Tricopter 9 Pillow Sticker Template|
| Topic: Budding Shapie saying hello!|
|Budding Shapie saying hello! [message #136687] Tue, 09 February 2016 17:28 UTC
Hello all! |
I'm super happy to be here. Like, you have no idea.
I'm currently an aeronautical engineer working at a top aircraft company where I design concept aircraft (sounds cool on paper right?). I absolutely hate it. It's corporate, it's 9-5, and contrary to the job description it's constricting my creativity like no other. I grew up in an artist household, going to trade shows and craft fairs with my parents during the summers. Turns out I really can't stand the 9-5 gig. I want out.
So I'm trying to break out of my job while doing what I love: design. Shapeways to me is a single-point fulfillment center: sure I'll have a shop, but shortly after I find something that sells I'll be promoting on all sorts of platforms like my own site, Facebook, Etsy, local shops, whatever I can get my hands on.
I'm a cyclist and coffee nut, so I figured why not start there?
It's amazing seeing the change in mindset once you open your mind to the little things around you! I'm super excited to grow my inventory and hear all the feedback from customers. I am passionate about using my engineering brain combined with my artistic background to make beautiful beautiful - sometimes functional - objects. I love solving those little obstacles around us that we take for granted.
I know I have a lot to learn, but you guys are an inspiring community and I look forward to getting to know you!