Currently you need a 3D design to 3D print. A sketch or even a photo don’t magically turn into a 3D file.
So where do you go from here? Let’s list a few options to point you in the right direction.
You have some great ideas in your head to 3D print, but you don’t know how to design in 3D? No problem, with our 3D modeling service you can easily find a qualified 3D modeler.
Now that 3D printing is getting bigger and becoming mainstream, more and more people want to design 3D printable objects. Of course, not everyone has the set of skills to do that. So we reserved a special place on the forum with a list of qualified designers to help you out. Check out the 3D modeling service to find a 3D modeler yourself.
The example above shows the collaboration between shoe design student Katrien Herdewyn and Frederik Bussels, listed in 3D modeling service.
Even if you don’t choose to design something from scratch, you can still leave your stamp on the things you buy.
Take a look at some of the products you can customize: flowers, text totems, medal, and a lamp with your own personal message.
Let’s take a look at some easy to use apps for 3D modeling and 3D printing with i.materialise. Start designing in minutes with these apps. They require no prior 3D experience and all are linked to our 3D print lab to upload your designs.