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Weekend Inspiration: Ship Your Enemies Glitter

When you consider the overnight success of Ship Your Enemies Glitter no idea is too big or small, or too silly. This Australian start-up had just the right idea when it comes to something small and cheap, that would attract attention and earn a good dollar. When you consider opening lines from their website such … Continue reading

There aren’t enough 3D printing services. Could you start up?

In a previous post, Using 3D printing to help vision impaired people ‘see’ I mentioned that you can be scanned and have a figurine of yourself ‘mini you’ printed. 3D Mini Me have figured out how to make that work and it’s a great novelty. Similarly, other objects can also be printed. What is this about? If you … Continue reading

Creative? Have a product to sell? Could it be 3D printed?

In a previous post, Creative? Have a product to sell? Could it be 3D printed? I wrote about using your creative skills to design 3D printable objects and sell your own products to beat manufacturing. The only way to do that is buy your own 3D printer or use businesses that offer 3D printing services. What is … Continue reading

Subscriptions for your product or service?

Subscription commerce has become a big opportunity for continuous income, however it is challenging to sustain. Subscription commerce (AKA subcom) simply refers to subscriptions. You may be familiar with magazine subscriptions; an amount of money is debited from your account monthly or you pay an annual fee to receive a product at a specified frequency. … Continue reading

Using 3D printing to help vision impaired people ‘see’

3D printing is game changing for innovation and society. The point of using a 3D printer is to turn a digital or scanned image into a physical object. I included scan because it is possible to scan your physical self and 3D print a mini you. I’ll talk about 3D print mini you in a separate post. What is … Continue reading

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