3D scanning and printing services company to launch in Nigeria

This service would be the first in Africa and one of the numerous few that are available globally (Nineteen worldwide including the only one in Africa).

3D printed figures from a 3DMakery shop in Houston, USA.

United States based company - 3D Makery.com founded by Nigerian serial entrepreneur Israel Ovirih has concluded plans to launch a first of its kind 3D scanning and printing service in Nigeria.

3Dmakery.com’s broad intention is the offering of a wider range of 3D printing services and its first viable minimum product - the 3D selfies or shapies - are going to be unveiled at the Ikeja City Mall to a select group of media, entertainment and corporate individuals.

This activation which is billed to run through the weekend starting from Friday, November 13 to Sunday, November 15 promises to offer to Nigerians a unique experience to be scanned and have their 3D selfies or portrait printed.

Martini is partnering with 3D Makery in the unveiling event via its brand ambassador Bryan Okwara.

The campaign which is currently on Instagram and Facebook has already seen six nominations from Bryan; Gbenro Ajibade, Toolz, Yomi Casual, Adunni Ade, Sound Sultan and Kate Henshaw.

While everyone is waiting with baited breath, social media is already buzzing with conversations of what the whole experience might be and will look like. And that will be unveiled today as 3D Makery takes centre stage.


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