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Source3 signs deal to 3D print custom US Army keepsakes – TCT Magazine

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Source3 signs deal to 3D print custom full-colour ornaments.
3D content licensing company, Source3, has signed its latest licensing agreement with the U.S. Army to contribute 3D printed very ownised ornaments for U.S. Army service participants, family and friends.
These customisable keepsakes ,showcasing very own photographs of proud U.S. Army service participants, can be printed via Colour Jet Print (CJP) 3D innovation and sold on the MyKeepsake website. The agreement between Source3 and the U.S. Army was facilitated by Beanstalk, a major global brand extension agency based in New York.
“The U.S. Army is a long-time client of our agency and we are pleased to open up a whole new world of bespoke products for service participants, family and friends of the U.S. Army through 3D printing innovation with Source3,” Allison Ames, CEO of Beanstalk, explained.

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3D printed U.S. Army badges.
Scott Sellwood, Co-Founder and VP of Business Development for Source3, commented: “3D printing empowers new categories of very ownised products by presenting brands with opportunities to engage fans in the individualised ways consumers love.”
These full-colour keepsakes can just be made by utilising 3D printing innovation. They are on the market now and are sold exclusively on the MyKeepsake marketplace.
Source3 was born out of a team of 3D printing veterans and rights management experts specialising in music licensing at Google. The platform has been created to bring scalable and customisable rights management solutions to the creation and distribution of 3D printable content. The company has may already bagged partnerships with major video games brand Capcom and entertainment rights company, Epic Rights, that specialises in branded content of the music and entertainment industry.

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