Best of 3D Printing iOS Apps

Discover and download great 3D Printing apps for iOS.

March 1st, 2019

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Yahoo
Who says 3D-printing is only for scientists, architects, and other professional adults? Certainly not the team behind Toybox, Now, you can find Toybox on Indiegogo, and encourage creativity in your kids with this affordable and easy-to-use 3D printer.
Digital Trends
Have your kids explore their imaginations early with the Toybox 3D printer. Who says 3D-printing is only for scientists, architects, and other professional adults? Certainly not the team behind Toybox, Now, you can find Toybox on Indiegogo, and encourage creativity in your kids with this affordable and easy-to-use 3D printer.
Uncrate
Used to be if you wanted a new toy, you begged your parents to take you to the store. Now your kids can get a new toy without leaving the house with the Toybox 3D Printer. Combining specialized hardware with...
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Print physical objects from anywhere

AstroPrint Mobile allows you to print physical objects and monitor your 3D Printer (or an entire fleet of printers!) from anywhere around the world.

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MicroVentures | Invest in Startups
AstroPrint | With AstroPrint's suite of software products, everyday creatives can now simply and easily print 3D products. Following its 2014 graduation from the 500 Startups accelerator program, AstroPrint has successfully completed two Kickstarter campaigns, was named Editor's Choice at Maker Faire in 2015, and released the plug-and-play AstroBox Touch for… See more
SolidSmack
If you were not paying attention to AstroPrint, the startup that changed the pains of makin' with their 3D printing software and wireless capability, then you'll want to take notice of what they've been up to lately. AstroPrint has had a string of product launches this month.
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Instead of buying toys, you can 3D Print them at home while bonding with your child with Toy Maker. Toy Maker is a great way to teach children about technology and 3D Printing while developing their creativity and imagination.

Toy Maker is also an example that shows how developers can reach Desktop 3D Printer owners via AstroPrint's API.

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SolidSmack
AstroPrint is on a roll. They're announcing the release of another app today that does two things for 3D printing. Toy Maker is a free app that 1) introduces kids to the world of 3D printing and 2) introduces developers to the capabilities of AstroPrint's Cloud platform.
MicroVentures | Invest in Startups
AstroPrint | With AstroPrint's suite of software products, everyday creatives can now simply and easily print 3D products. Following its 2014 graduation from the 500 Startups accelerator program, AstroPrint has successfully completed two Kickstarter campaigns, was named Editor's Choice at Maker Faire in 2015, and released the plug-and-play AstroBox Touch for… See more
8 Alternatives to Toy Maker by AstroPrint

Export your face into a 3D model on the iPhone X

By popular request, you can now use MeasureKit’s Face Mesh tool to export your face into a 3D model on the iPhone X.

Also, for the first time ever MeasureKit is currently on sale: get all measuring tools for just $0.99 (66% off!).

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King Children delivers affordable, custom-fit, 3D printed eyewear for anybody with a face using your iPhone's built-in face scanner.

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TechCrunch
Eyewear can be a statement-making, attention-grabbing fashion accessory - if done right. King Children, a custom eyewear startup emerging from stealth today, aims to give everyone unique, custom designs made for them, by them. Harnessing the power of 3D scanning and printing technology, in ad...
WWD
There's a new kind of customization trend taking hold, and the key is already in everyone's pockets and purses. Advances in mobile technology are driving a wave of personalized products. Smartphones have become so powerful, and their cameras so good, that they can do much more than take selfies and fill an Instagram feed.
New York Business Journal
Even though N.Y.C. is home to WeWork (valued at $35 billion), which signs leases and rents office space to businesses, and real estate brokerage Compass (valued at north of $4 billion), observers say the city has been slow to embrace emerging "proptech" innovators.
PSFK
King Children is an eyewear brand whose services aim to disrupt the customization process, implementing virtual try-on and 3D printing techniques that let consumers design frames tailored to their unique face A startup based in Brooklyn, New York recently launched a customizable eyewear capability that can fit frames to every face, celebrating everyone's uni… See more
AlleyWatch
Generation Z is all about individuality and customization, and according to studies 55% of Gen Z'ers rather have the ability to design products that nobody owns. King Children is the latest eyewear company - powered by 3D printing technology- that is giving full design power to consumers.
BallerStatus.com
King Children is a new eyewear brand that has recently launched that creates custom frames that'll fit every face. Via its iOS app, users go through a realistic virtual try-on experience, after which you go into personalization, including the size of frame, lens height, lens width, nose bridge, frame wrap, nose pad position, temple length and pantoscopic til… See more
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With the Aryzon AR/MR Headset we want to disrupt the existing market of AR devices by offering an affordable alternative. With this headset, we aim to make 3D AR available for everyone who owns a smartphone to develop, experience and enjoy augmented reality.

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Medium
Why would you be using Aryzon's AR Cardboard Headset? How does this affordable 3D Augmented Reality headset make difference compared to 2D AR apps? Well, being one of the co-founders, the journey of Aryzon has been very interesting so far!
VRScout
Share TweetSit mountainside and explore the stars in Quebec's first open-air AR planetarium. National Geographic and Aryzon, the creators of the first cardboard AR headset, have partnered to bring the world's first open-air planetarium to the award-winning Au Diable Vert Station Montagne in Glen Sutton, Quebec called ObservEtoiles.
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