Threeding, a 3D printing marketplace, which launched in 2013, has been in competition with other online marketplaces such as Shapeways and Thingiverse:
“[Threeding] does everything right when it comes to creating a 3D printing design marketplace. It allows for the exchange of free designs, as well as for the sale of designs. They charge a measly 8.5% commission on all sales, and recently reached deals with several museums to scan and sell 3D printable replicas of their artifacts.”
However, according to 3D Print.com, Threeding has added another weapon to their arsenal. They’ve recently announced the launch of an Android App, now available in the Google Play store.
As Threeding explains in their press release, “The Android app [meets] the rapidly growing demand from mobile users. Despite the current lack of integration between smartphones and tablets with 3D printers, we believe that the market will develop in this direction and we would like to be one step ahead.”
The Threeding app is “fully synchronized with the web version of the Threeding marketplace, and all models are available simultaneously.”
Image and Quotes Courtesy of 3D Print.com