New York, NY 10012
Open November 17 through December 30, 2018
Tuesday – Thursday: 4pm – 7pm
Friday – Monday: 11am – 8pm
Bloomingdale’s 59th Street
1000 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Open November 5 through December 30, 2018
Monday – Sunday: All Day
Bloomingdale’s San Francisco
845 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94103
Open November 8 through December 30, 2018
Wednesday – Friday: 4pm – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday: 1pm – 5pm
Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Twindom manufactures and sells the above products. The Kodak trademark, logo and trade dress are used under license by Twindom.
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What is a 3D printed figurine, 3D portrait or 3D selfie?
A 3D printed figurine, 3D selfie or 3D portrait (they all mean the same thing) is a special moment captured in 3D and printed on a full-color 3D printer. There are many steps to make a 3D printed figurine, but it usually starts with first getting 3D scanned on a full body 3D scanner. After lots of digital processing and 3D digital artistry the final digital output is 3D printed on a full color 3D printer. Most full color 3D printers on the market today print in full color sandstone which gives the 3D printed figurines a porcelain-like finish. The use-cases for 3D printed figurines are vast. Use cases include: 3D family portraits, wedding cake toppers, graduation memorabilia, 3D selfies of sports stars, celebrities, 3D portraits of pets etc. To see how the whole process works, watch our how it works video to the left.
3D Portraits in 4 Easy Steps
Get 3D Scanned
Scan up to 4 people at once
3D Digital Processing
Retouched by a 3D artist
Full-color 3D Printing
Factory-grade 3D printers
Receive 3D portrait
Shipped in ~1-2 weeks
Frequently Asked Questions
How are 3D printed figurines, 3D portraits, and 3D selfies made?
There are many steps involved, but in general: 1) Get 3D scanned on a full body 3D scanner; 2) Your 3D scan gets digitally processed into a 3D model that can be printed on a full-color 3D printer; 3) 3D model is printed on a full-color 3D printer; 4) 3D printed figurine goes through additional post-processing to seal in color. Click here for more details.
What full-color 3D printer makes the figurines?
The most popular full-color 3D printer that 3D printed figurine businesses use is the Projet 660 made by 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems. These printers are notoriously difficult to operate and often take a skilled operator to use correctly. See all the steps involved.
After I’m 3D scanned, how are the 3D models stored digitally?
Once your 3D scanned the files are stored as .obj files before they are turned into 3D printed figurines. Get more details.
How long do the 3D portraits last? Is there anything I should be careful with?
In general you want to avoid exposing the 3D portraits to direct sunlight and moisture. Go here for a full list of things to avoid.
I’m interested in starting a 3D printed figurine business in my local area. Where can I learn more?
To get in contact with our sales team, fill out our contact us form.