3D Systems Enhances Quickparts E-Commerce Experience for Fast-Turn Prototyping



New E-Commerce Site Provides Customers Ability to Create More Shapes in More Ways


ROCK HILL, S.C., April 27, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) today announced its next generation Quickparts® e-commerce experience for fast-turn prototyping, offering metal and plastic prototypes with delivery in as little as one day. By uploading a CAD file for immediate quote or expert consultation, customers access a direct path to production with the highest quality output in the industry.

Quickparts fast-turn prototyping is part of 3D Systems’ comprehensive set of one stop shop On Demand Manufacturing services which also includes advanced prototyping, low volume production, and appearance models.

Customers want an intuitive, convenient and easy to use experience for uploading a file, estimating the cost and purchasing of 3D printed prototypes and small run production parts fast.  

“3D Systems new Quickparts e-commerce site provides a quality solution for getting prototypes and small run production parts fast,” says Eric Tryson, Mechanical Designer at Dorman Products. “The user experience is straightforward with clearly defined options that make it easy to upload and price a model in a variety of processes, materials, colors and finishes.”

“Many of our customers need instantaneous help with design challenges, materials, and processes, while others need a simple way to validate their design,” said Phil Schultz, Senior Vice President, On Demand Solutions, 3D Systems. “This new customer experience allows our customers to quickly and easily bring their designs to life by creating and building parts from prototyping to production.”

The new e-commerce site is available now in the U.S. and will roll out in other countries later this year. More information about 3D Systems’ On Demand Manufacturing business can be found here.

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