The company offers on-demand contract print services, as well as 3D digital technologies that make it easy to capture, enhance, and convert images into touchable 3D objects.
As an official licensee of the AFL, the company can act as a retailer selling direct to consumers as well as a wholesaler selling to other authorised AFL retailers.
This designation will allow the company to bypass working with an outside licensee to bring its products to market, i.e. eliminate the ‘middleman’ from the supply chain.
333D will commence selling its range of 3D printed AFL player figurines on its own e-commerce platform starting this month.
The company will advertise the site via AFL platforms and is currently in negotiations with several players for their endorsement and promotion via their personal social media accounts.
Last month, 333D raised $525,000 via a private placement of shares to sophisticated investors, at $0.005 each.
The company’s shares closed circa 14% higher on Tuesday, at $0.008.
The global 3D printing market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 35% during the period 2017-2021.