Fulfilled by Voodoo

On-demand manufacturing and fulfillment

Fulfilled by Voodoo is a full-stack manufacturing and fulfillment service that makes it easier than ever to start and scale any business selling 3D printed products online.

You can link your e-commerce storefronts directly to our factory and outsource the 3D printing, quality control, assembly, packaging, and shipping of your products.

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Jonathan Schwartz
Maker
Co-founder, Voodoo Manufacturing
Hey Product Hunt! Excited to launch Fulfilled by Voodoo (FBV) with you today. Our goal with FBV is to make manufacturing an afterthought for you and your project/business, and let you focus on what's important - product development and growth. Using FBV you can easily hook up your e-commerce storefronts or website directly to our factory. From there, as orders are placed by your customers they immediately flow to our factory for production and drop-shipping. With FBV you can make only what you need -- no more, no less -- and you can iterate on your product faster than ever before. We believe this is what the future of manufacturing looks like and are super excited to see what people build with us. If you have any ideas or questions, I'd love to hear them!
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Filippo MursiaFounder @LoveTailry
@jmschwartz11 Interesting! Will you ship to Europe too or just US?
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Jonathan Schwartz
Maker
Co-founder, Voodoo Manufacturing
@mrdobelina We can ship to Europe too, will just be more expensive.
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Daniel KempeCEO @ Quuu.co
This looks soooo cool! Now I’m just thinking of things I can print and sell!
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Justin TieuProduct Explorer
I find this a game changer for e-commerce. Out of curiosity, how long did it take to complete the 22k part order?
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Jonathan Schwartz
Maker
Co-founder, Voodoo Manufacturing
@tieujustin Glad you think so! We did that order in about 3-4 weeks! They were smaller parts (the size of a golf ball), so we could put multiple on each print.
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Chris KilbournCEO & Lead Designer at To the Tenth
I’m pretty new to 3D printing, but do you also San the products to remove the ribbed texture from the layers of material?
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Jonathan Schwartz
Maker
Co-founder, Voodoo Manufacturing
@chris_kilbourn We do have post-processing methods we could use to smooth parts, but generally we deliver them as printed. With that said, 3D printing tech is getting so good that parts are rapidly looking less and less 3D printed. One of our strategies as a company is to adopt new machines every couple of years so we can continuously offer the best parts.
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Adam TraboldProduct Design Manager, Flywheel
Oh man, this is great! Is there a pricing structure breakdown anywhere without having to first upload an stl?
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