3D printed custom figurine from Sandboxr.
Through its patented Digital to Doorstep platform, Sandboxr provides 3D printing solutions for some of the largest game and entertainment companies including LionsGate, Nintendo, Microsoft, Amazon, WarGaming, Cartoon Network, Disney Interactive and more.
Powered by a one-of-a-kind 3D-as-a-Service (3DaaS) platform, WhiteClouds is able to efficiently manufacture high-quality, full-colour 3D models and products across key verticals such as architecture, medical and entertainment.
“As one of the most recognisable names in 3D printing technology today, Sandboxr will be a tremendous asset to WhiteClouds,” Jerry Ropelato, CEO of WhiteClouds explained. “Through groundbreaking solutions and dedication to redefining 3D printing as we know it, this partnership strengthens WhiteClouds positioning as the most comprehensive and innovative 3D printing Cloud provider today.”
Leveraging Sandboxr’s Digital to Doorstep solution, WhiteClouds’ 3DaaS platform will give businesses the opportunity to 3D print in the Cloud with unmatched customisation and personalisation using Sandboxr’s patented configurator software. The software automatically converts billions of poses and customisable options from 2D digital to 3D objects and is linked directly with WhiteClouds’ existing software capabilities to create a truly streamlined workflow. The software also provides packaging tools, which deliver personalised packaging for each unique product and offers Sandboxr’s post-processing technology.
"We couldn’t be more thrilled with this union,” TJ Young, President of Sandboxr, commented. "WhiteClouds is a giant in the world of 3D printing. Combining our technologies adds an unprecedented level of sophistication that is not just good for the parties involved, but great for the entire 3D printing industry.”
“At WhiteClouds we are constantly striving to provide better solutions for brands and better experiences for consumers,” added Ropelato. “Partnering with Sandboxr is a monumental step in WhiteClouds’ continuing trajectory on both a software and physical product front.”