Full-Color 3D Printing for Gaming Miniature Designers is now exclusively available on Only Games.


Only Games, a 3D print service bureau specializing in gaming miniatures, has made a significant announcement regarding their new full color 3D printing capability. The company, which was acquired by MyMiniFactory last year, has been working towards providing an easier way for customers to get their model designs printed. Initially, they introduced pre-textured models on their site, allowing users to order 3D prints with color and texture already applied.

Now, Only Games has taken it a step further by acquiring state-of-the-art industrial 3D color printers to expand their full color 3D printing services. This means that indie creators can upload their own digitally colored 3D designs to the Only Games store. When a customer makes a purchase, Only Games will 3D print the model to order, incorporating a full spectrum of colors. Additionally, the company will package the model with the designer’s chosen branding and ship it to the customer worldwide in just 10 days.

This is a groundbreaking development for figurine designers, as it not only allows them to create intricate 3D geometries but also design the color texture scheme for their products. Previously, designers were often limited to mono-color prints, unable to fully showcase their creations. While setting up a personal 3D printing operation with resin printers and associated equipment was a possibility, it proved to be impractical and costly, especially for individuals.

Only Games has effectively broken down this barrier by offering a solution that is accessible and convenient for game figure designers. This development opens up a world of possibilities, enabling designers to unleash their creativity and offer customers high-quality, full color 3D prints. The combination of design customization, on-demand printing, and worldwide shipping within a short timeframe makes Only Games a formidable player in the 3D printing industry.

The implications of this advancement extend beyond just the gaming community. It marks a turning point in the accessibility of full color 3D printing, making it more attainable for designers in various fields. As technology continues to evolve, we can only anticipate further advancements in the world of 3D printing and its impact on various industries.

With Only Games leading the way in full color 3D printing capabilities, it is clear that the future of 3D printing is bright and colorful. The merging of artistic design and cutting-edge technology has just taken a giant leap forward, and we are excited to see what the future holds for this innovative industry.

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