$25 Shapeways credit for new customers!

 

 

There's nothing like bringing your designs to life and holding them in your hands. That's why Shapeways wants to support designers new to 3D printing with $25 in Shapeways credit – to help you bring your 3D designs to life. 

Shapeways enables you to 3D print in 40+ materials, from high-resolution plastics to stunning precious metals. Using the best industrial 3D printers available,  Shapeways checks every 3D model for printability and supports you every step of the way. Together, Shapeways and the latest release of Meshmixer are helping to make 3D printing easier than ever with price estimates and ordering directly from Meshmixer. We hope you'll discover the endless possibilities of 3D printing!

To start 3D printing, load your 3D model in Meshmixer. Click "3D Print", choose "Shapeways" as the printer and pick the type of material you'd like. It's real intuitive and easy!

Direct Printing To Shapeways From Meshmixer

Direct Printing To Shapeways From Meshmixer

Next, join Shapeways to upload your 3D model, get instant pricing and order.  Enter promo code 'mty9b' at checkout by August 31, 2014 to take advantage of this exclusive offer!

Explore the 123D Gallery for inspiration on what to design, and, while you're at it, check out the Meshmixer 101 tutorial videos to get started.

[The Fine Print: This promotion is non-transferable and valid once per customer, for new customers only. It may not be combined with other discounts in one order. Discount applies only to 3D prints of your own models and cannot be applied to Shapeways Gift Cards or past orders. The $25 value does not apply to cost of tax or shipping. If you order a model during the promotion period that cannot be printed, we cannot apply discounts to future orders (even if these models are repaired). No cash value. Limited redemption quantity. Expires Sunday August 31 at 11:59pm PDT.]

 

Comments

  • John Cutburth

    Was looking forward to this but the code would not work for me. Sucks because I spent have the day reworking the model to not have any errors.

  • Lucas Watson

    Same as John, really disappointed this didn’t work for me either. I similarly spent part of my day fixing a model to be printed.