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Sell 3D Printed Products. The future in manufacturing and selling products.

Join the future of manufacturing with revolutionary 3D printers. Purchase commercial licenses and gain access to catalogs of products ready for immediate production. You will receive 3D models with settings for most FFF printers, product images, and promotional files.

Printable Catalogues

Commercial licenses for modern companies & printshops for unique designs optimized for FFF 3D printers.

Now connected to Cubee support for manufacturing and selling 3D printed products. Cubee manages everything from sales funnel, to access control, to licensee due diligence and copyright enforcement.

embodied ideas Catalogue

Imagine that, by magic, you can transform a painting from the canvas into the real world. Brushstrokes materialized in the third dimension, creating texture and an unusual surface.

limited seats

8% sales royality fees

159 € / month

billed annually

199 € / month

billed monthly

meringue Catalogue

With love for the sweet life, this collection is inspired by sweet treats like meringue and pavlova.

limited seats

8% royality fees

99 € / month

billed annually

139 € / month

billed monthly

coalescence Catalogue

Unusual Minimalism. Several shapes of objects merged together into a unique piece.

limited seats

8% royality fees

79 € / month

billed annually

119 € / month

billed monthly

What is inside:

Commercial Catalogues

Commercial and Wholesale license for unlimited salles

Collection of unique optimized 3D models

Print settings and recomended filaments

Product images


Mood images and videos

Boem font and more

Traditional Manufacturing

Porcelain Meringue

  1. Design and Prototype: The first step is to create a design for the porcelain vase. A prototype of the vase is created using clay or another suitable material.
  2. Mold Making: A mold is created based on the prototype. The mold is allowed to harden and then carefully removed from the prototype, resulting in a negative impression of the vase.This was done with a plaster by a professional moldmaker .
  3. Preparing the Porcelain: Porcelain is a mixture of clay, feldspar, and other materials. The ingredients are measured and mixed according to a specific recipe. The mixture is then finely ground to create a smooth, homogeneous paste. This paste is sometimes referred to as “slip.”
  4. Casting: The mold is prepared for casting by applying a release agent to its interior surface. The porcelain slip is poured into the mold, filling it completely. The mold is then gently tapped or vibrated to remove any air bubbles and ensure the slip reaches all parts of the mold.
  5. Drying: The filled mold is left undisturbed for a period of time to allow the porcelain slip to dry and partially solidify. The drying time can vary depending on factors such as the size and thickness of the vase, as well as the ambient conditions.
  6. Demolding: Once the vase has dried sufficiently, the mold is carefully opened, and the partially solidified vase is removed. At this stage, the vase is still fragile and requires delicate handling.
  7. Trimming and Finishing: Any excess clay or rough edges are trimmed off the demolded vase using tools such as knives or pottery rasps. The surface of the vase is then smoothed and refined using sandpaper or other abrasive materials.
  8. Firing: The trimmed and finished vase is placed for firing. Firing involves subjecting the vase to high temperatures, typically ranging from 1200 to 1400 degrees Celsius (2192 to 2552 degrees Fahrenheit). This firing process vitrifies the porcelain, transforming it into a durable and translucent material.
  9. Glazing (optional): If desired, the vase can be glazed to give it a decorative finish or to enhance its durability. Glaze is a liquid mixture of minerals and pigments that is applied to the surface of the vase. The glazed vase is then fired again in the kiln to fuse the glaze to the porcelain.
  10. Final Touches: After the glaze firing, the vase may undergo additional treatments, such as polishing or hand-painting, to add intricate details or embellishments.

Modern Manufacturing

Printed Meringue

  1. Slicing: Use slicing software with our print settings and material settings for your 3D printer.
  2. Inserting material: The FDM printer requires a spool of filament made of thermoplastic material.
  3. Printing. 💥

embodied ideas

Painted Vase

Size: 240mm

Weight: 115g

Printing time: 3h

Print on Demand

Thanks to the speed of 3D printing, you don’t have to stock up and you can only produce products based on an order. You can print and sell our products directly to your customers without having to pay us any additional fees. In compared to what you need to pay for design, prototyping and licensing fees, we can offer a commercial license here at an incomparably lower price.


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Suistanable future

By using recycled filaments, we can reduce the amount of waste and give new life to materials that would otherwise end up in landfills.

Compostable filaments take sustainability even further by providing a solution that is not only recyclable but also biodegradable. These filaments are typically made from natural materials, such as cornstarch or bamboo, which can break down naturally over time, leaving behind minimal environmental impact. With compostable filaments, we can create objects that serve their purpose while being mindful of their end-of-life impact.


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Modern Printshop

In the ever-evolving world of manufacturing, modern print shops embrace the revolutionary technology of 3D printing to create a new wave of home accessories.


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