Shapeways is a 3D printing marketplace and community that enables users to make, buy and sell their own personalized products. The Company offers products in various categories, such as art, mathematical art, memes and sculptures; fashion, including bags and purses, belts, glasses and wallets; home products, which include accessories, dining, furniture and lighting; gadgets, including cases, desk toys, keychains and key fobs, music and robotics; games, which include board games, dice, puzzles and toys; jewelry, including bracelets, cufflinks, earrings, necklaces, pendants and rings, as well as gifts.
Company Growth (employees)
New York, US
Size (employees)
227 (est)-1%
Shapeways was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Shapeways

Peter Weijmarshausen

Peter Weijmarshausen

Elisa Richardson

Elisa Richardson

PR & Communications Manager
Rebecca Fretty

Rebecca Fretty

VP Marketing, Shapeways. The worlds largest Makerie using the latest 3D Printing Technology

Shapeways Office Locations

Shapeways has offices in New York and Eindhoven
New York, US (HQ)
419 Park Ave South
Eindhoven, NL
3A Kanaaldijk-Zuid

Shapeways Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$124.8 m

Latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years


Shapeways's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $30 m. In total, Shapeways has raised $124.8 m

Traffic Overview of Shapeways

Shapeways Online and Social Media Presence

Shapeways News and Updates

Collider 3D printers can make shiny metal objects on demand

 When he worked at Shapeways just a few years ago, customers constantly asked Graham Bredemeyer if they could get their designs made out of metal by the 3D printing services firm. Think about it — if a plastic Yoda is covetable, a titanium one is even better. However, most 3D printers could not yet …

Link3D pitches a new platform for industrial additive manufacturing

 Link3D is launching a new service to connect industrial businesses with additive manufacturers around the country. Pitching itself as a more professional alternative to 3D Hubs, Formlabs and Shapeways, Link3D is the fruit of nearly two years of work from founder and chief executive Shane Fox. For F…

How Oculus could revive the 3D-printing revolution that never happened

The last thing anyone expected from virtual reality was the ability to create things that can live in the real world, but that's exactly what Oculus delivered last week with the release of Oculus Medium.  Although we've shown how the app allows you to sculpt in VR — in the same vein as Google's …

Shapeways Company Life and Culture

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