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Good/bad examples of online self-services for customizing 3D printed objects?

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I am currently involved in a design-research project investigating co-design/co-production with Additive Manufacturing / 3D-printing. I would like to find examples of online self-services for manipulating 3D objects that are to be 3D-printed. One classic example of this would be the thingiverse.com customiser. Also, a quick search on google gave me this site: http://kwamb.io/.

So what do i mean about self-services? I am thinking of a web-based interfaces which allows you to drag/click/slide/manipulate 3D objects that are specifically made to be 3D printed. They may be already 'designed' objects, or the interface may allow you to generate shape.

Do any of you here have some examples? Since I am trying to create an overview of what is out there, I would appreciate both good and bad examples!

Regards,

William

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