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La Rinconada, Sevilla, Spain, 2014/05/06 - The world's first database about 3D Printing has been released. A new tool to help the 3D printing community when searching for products or services - The3DPrintingMarket.com.
Imprimalia 3D, a Spanish company focused on the 3D printing business, has announced the launch of its new website The3DPrintingMarket.com, the world’s first database covering the whole 3D printing market.
After the success of a similar project in Spanish, aimed to the Latin market, the company has expanded its services with this new tool available for free for any user with interest in the 3D printing sector.
The3DPrintingMarket.com comprises a comprehensive database of 3D printers, 3D scanners, 3D printing software and 3D printing supplies updated regularly.
Moreover, the website also includes sections for events, with more than 350 events listed for this year, employment opportunities and a fast-growing section with lots of resources, such as books, tutorials, webcasts, user guides, etc.
The companies’ directory comprises all the value chain of the 3D printing market, from manufacturers to stores and added services.
The3DPrintingMarket.com is intended to be a useful tool for the community open to new improvements and features. Visitors can compare products, rate them and submit reviews to help other users looking for a 3D printer or any other product related.
All the contents have been categorized and structured according the most widely used terms regarding the purpose, technology, materials, price, availability, etc.
A complete set of data and pictures are attached to each product to help the user to have a clean, user-friendly global view quickly.
The database currently holds more than 470 3D printers, taking into account that open-source and RepRap products are listed as a unique product, avoiding duplicates from different sellers, this is the largest and more complete database available in the internet.
After a comprehensive research, Imprimalia 3D () found out that only partial databases could be found and most of them were inaccurate, incomplete, with lots of duplicate contents or completely outdated. Thus, the company decided to contribute with this project to help the 3D printing sector with a useful and powerful tool.