The PieceMaker Factory™
Let your customers personalize their own products, 3D printed on-demand right in your store.
PieceMaker is actively looking for content designers and partners to help create the next hit piece.
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How It Works
Customizing The Piece
Shoppers use the intuitive touch-screen PieceMaker kiosk to create their one-of-a-kind piece. First shoppers browse the digital product gallery and choose a gift, toy, jewelry or other piece they want to customize. Then they choose their favorite color, add a personalized message or perhaps an image before sending the item to print.
In Store 3D Printing
Watch the excitement on your customers’ faces as they watch their one-of-a-kind piece being printed from our 3D printer. Your employees manage the print station with minimal intervention required to print and retrieve the 3D printed pieces. We provide all the hardware, software and accessories needed to 3D print simply and reliably every time.
Use Your Existing Payment Systems
PieceMaker allows you to complete the transaction with your customers through your existing point of sale system. The kiosk prints a receipt. Simply scan the bar code.
Analyze and Learn
After your customers leave happy, track the experience from end to end and measure the performance of the PieceMaker Factory™. Monitor purchases, ROI, trends and many other data points showing the proﬁts being made in your store.
The Benefits of the PieceMaker Factory™
average minutes to print a toy
square footage of the kiosk
most profitable product per square foot during pilot launch month
conversion rate for customers who make a purchase after using the PieceMaker Factory™
CEO & Co-Founder
Email Arden for Business Opportunities. email@example.com
Director of Marketing
Content & Community
Creative Design, Co-Chair
CTO & Co-Founder
Email Alejandro for Technical Questions & Support. firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Software
Systems Development Engineers
PieceMaker’s Supporters & Partners
DAVE MAWHINNEY – Executive Director, Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business – Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship DON MORRISON – Chairman of Deal Flow, BlueTree Allied Angels TIM ZAK – Director, Carnegie Mellon Institute for Social Innovation MIKE FORMICA – President & Founder, threeRivers 3D ERIC SILVER – CEO & Founder, WebKite JOHN PREVIS – Shareholder, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
JAMES GROSVENOR – CEO and Owner, Balanced Business Advisors STEVE BROOKSTEIN – Chairman of Entrepreneurship, Fashion Institute of Technology (NY) JOHN SANTALONE – Managing Partner, Levin Santalone LLP STEVE ROSENBLATT – Retired Business Development Executive IBM CORINNE SKLAR – CMO, Bluewolf STACY BROVITZ – Retired Seriel Entrepreneur, Bacharach & Dormant Manufacturing Corp.
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