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Thingify Inc. Arrives in The Big Apple

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NEW YORK, Feb., 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --  Introducing Thingify Inc. Get Printed. – Thingify Inc., announced today that it is scheduled to exhibit at the 3D PRINTSHOW NEW YORK 2014, Thursday, February 13th through Saturday, February15th, at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18 St., New York, NY 10011.  Brian Arandez, Founder and CEO, and Raphe Gross, Business Development lead, will update the public on the company's progress and the unique position it holds in the 3D printing industry.

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Press is invited to attend the show and visit the company's booth on the main floor through Saturday evening. Attendees will have the opportunity to enter the "Win A Widget" contest, and meet Thingify's CEO and founder, Brian Arandez. Swing by and get the scoop on what makes Thingify tick, and gain greater insights into the company's positioning in the marketplace and throughout the 3D educational community. A snazzy video is available on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BoMvkQg9TI, and additional information can be found on the company's website: www.thingify.net. In the meantime, look for the Thingify name in lights in Times Square this week as they hit the streets of the Big Apple.

About Thingify

Thingify Inc., is a boutique 3D printing studio that introduces a new approach to the 3D printing experience. The company provides an easy-to-use solution for consumers—laymen, entrepreneurs and businesses alike, seeking to produce 3D printed objects, regardless of knowledge or expertise in 3D modeling, materials, equipment or artistry.

Thingify provides a single, seamless, 3D printing-centric concept-to-manufacturing experience under one roof. Consumers are invited directly into the company's think-tank where they work hand-in-hand with their expert creative team to cultivate most any idea from concept to completion. This one-stop-shop reduces the time, frustration and overwhelm that often accompanies the 3D printing process, and instead delivers an all-in-one answer to one of today's most rapidly changing industries.

Thingify's all-inclusive business practices address the real-world needs of consumers, bringing greater transparency and ease-of-use to the 3D printing process. Together with Thingify's comprehensive array of products and services, consumers are able to design and produce everything from production-grade manufactured objects to prototypes to a host of consumer products, at faster, more cost-effective ratios than using alternative and traditional methods of production. Together with its rich pool of partnerships, Thingify becomes co-creator in creative development, research and production, leveraging freeform modeling and inspection tools in a variety of materials, including plastics, metals and ceramics, to produce integrated 3D objects and scan-based designs.

Commitment To Education

Thingify's business model is grounded in education, and designed to provide information on the latest advancements on industry insights, developments and tools. Thingify hosts events and educational boot camps where manufactures, inventors and industry of all kinds converge through a free-flowing exchange of ideas, tap into broader resources, and together, propel the industry forward.

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BoMvkQg9TI

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