3D Hubs is
local 3D printing, distributed manufacturing, a community of makers, the future of manufacturing, 3D printing around the corner, the third industrial revolution, seamless 3D printing, 3D printing in the cloud, a future without over-production, the marketplace for 3D printing, the new kid on the block, a global 3D printing community, the new way we make things.

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Radically changing how we make and distribute things

Digital manufacturing machines such as 3D printers are becoming the factories of the future. They enable consumer products to be made on­-demand and close to their point of purchase, eliminating waste from overproduction and transport. 3D Hubs is accelerating a future in which goods aren’t made in large factories overseas but 3D printed by local service bureaus and makers.

It’s time to disrupt manufacturing as we know it and open up the promise of 3D printing to the world. Read our manifesto.

Providing over 1 Billion people access to 3D printing

In 2013 we started our mission to connect all 3D printing services globally into one online platform and make them locally accessible. Today, we’re already providing over one Billion people with access to 3D printing within 10 miles of their home. Read about our latest developments on our press page.

Connecting our global production network

The 3D Hubs platform provides the easiest way to bring designs to life by offering local 3D printing in under two days. We check the user’s digital design and our matchmaking algorithms present the best 3D print options for them.

Some of the world’s leading consumer brands are offering local 3D printing to their users by integrating Teleport, our 3D Printing API, in their apps. Allowing them to send digital designs to nearby 3D printing services with the click of a button.

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Fairphone utilizes our network for faster and on-demand production of smartphone case designs.

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Thingiverse is the leading design community for discovering, making and sharing 3D printable things.

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Adobe integrated 3D Hubs as one of the preferred 3D Print solutions in their latest release of Photoshop.

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The world’s largest do-it-yourself platform added a Print with 3D Hubs button next to all 3D files posted by their DIY community.

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More and more brands are offering 3D printing to their users by integrating Teleport, our 3D Printing API in their apps. Allowing them to send digital designs to nearby 3D printers with the click of a button.

Community driven manufacturing

By bringing communities together through 3D printing, we aim to create value through social engagement and share industry knowledge, capital and manufacturing expertise.


The largest Q&A for 3D printing on the web. Run by the global 3D print community, Talk helps users find answers to all 3D printing questions out there.

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Getting together through local events is one of the most inspiring ways to be part of a vibrant community. Together with our 3D Hubs Mayors we organize over 250 local 3D printing meetups a year!

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We gather a lot of useful insights and data from our platform, which we release for the benefit of the industry. Check out our quarterly Trend Report and annual 3D Printer Buyers Guide.

Industries trends

Our investors