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.
The agreement with Martin will be effective immediately and valid until December 2017, with an option to extend and include the 2018 AFL premiership season.
Earlier this week, 333D crossed a major milestone by securing official licensee status from the AFL for 3D printed player figurines.
The company is also currently in negotiations with several other players for endorsements and promotions via their personal social media accounts.
Martin has had a stellar 2017 season with the Richmond Football Club, playing a valuable role in assisting the team in reaching the AFL finals.
His noteworthy on-field performance this year has made him the leading contender for the Brownlow medal, AFL’s highest individual award.
333D will release Martin’s figurine on its own e-commerce platform, www.minileague.com this Friday to coincide with Richmond’s first game in the finals.
The company is activating a marketing campaign that will have Martin support the product via his personal social media accounts, which boasts a combined audience of circa 180,000 followers.
The company’s share price increased by 33% in the past one week and closed at $0.008 on Wednesday.