Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
The 3D printer marketplace MakerShop.co has published valuable reading material on how to start a 3D printer business with specific ideas that can be used today. MakerShop says that 3D printer entrepreneurs can use the website platform to build small businesses that sell 3D learning, custom design work services or sell innovative products.
Entrepreneurs who get in early can take advantage of the best opportunities to use their 3D printer skills to gets fans and make money. The MakerShop site puts designers first, giving them the flexibility to charge for their work, accept donations, display ads or give away designs for free. MakerShop.co is unique in that it lets 3D printer designers offer a richer experience for shop goers than other platforms through its content flexibility. The basic shop can be started for free and also allows embedding videos or other content in some parts of the layout, but in fewer locations.
Designers on MakerShop have had cumulatively over 15,000 downloads of 3D printer designs in 2013. The most downloaded designs are of extraordinary artwork designs. Fans come back every week to see if there is something new to download and 3D print.
Michael created the MakerShop.co website earlier in 2013 because he could see a time when "things" go viral. This is the world of 3D printing, when a kid in one country can design something great on the weekend and by the next weekend have thousands or tens of thousands of downloads of the design with people printing it out around the world.
SpiveyWorks Corporation is a small business based in Charlotte, NC that designs apps to empower individuals in their daily lives on whatever device they happen to be using.