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Hi all,

I launched a 3D modelling and printing service (http://zetoff.com). The goal is to allow people to easily 3D model printable designs.

On the website you´ll be able to access two applications that will allow you two design two types of objects so far: vases and bracelets. (I am working other apps such us phone cases).

ZETOFF Vase App

ZETOFF Bracelet App

Right now you can only customise and buy the 3d printed objects, but I am also thinking on adding the capability to download the models for those who already have a 3D printer.

It would be great if you guys try the apps. Obviously any feedback is more than welcome!

Thanks

 

 

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Thanks for the feedback. I am now working on release2. Which will allow users to actually create a profile and save and download the models they create. I am also working on different models to customise such as phone cases or go pro accessories. If people want anything in particular I am open to any idea. :)

The applications are made in Javascript and I am using three.js (WebGL) for the rendering.

Which product would you like to customise?

 

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