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3D Pioneer Announces Commercial Availability of Pioneer Pomade, First Sales on BeatAny3DPrint.com and Provides Update

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- 3D Pioneer Systems Inc. ("3D Pioneer" or "the Company") (OTCQB: DPSM) (OTCBB: DPSM) announces commercial availability of pioneer pomade and first sales on BeatAny3DPrint.com. The Company also completes the MCAST development program and announces sponsorship of CG Awards.

Pioneer Pomade commercially available

3D Pioneer have developed and released a solution to combat the problem of 3D prints not reliably sticking to the print bed resulting in many prints having to be aborted. By applying Pioneer Pomade to your print bed before printing you ensure that your print will stick and improve your print reliability.

Pioneer Pomade is available in 2 versions, namely PLA and ABS. The PLA solution can be ordered online now via the Company's Pioneer Pomade website.

3D Pioneer has also called for worldwide manufacturing and distribution partners for both products. To purchase or enquire about becoming a partner visit http://www.pioneerpomade.com.

BeatAny3DPrint completes first orders

3D Pioneer's 3D printing service, www.BeatAny3DPrint.com was officially launched on Monday 9 June and the first orders were received and completed within 24 hours.

Initial customer feedback has been positive and photos and reviews can be found on the Company's website.

3D Pioneer would like to reaffirm their promise to beat any existing quotes on 3D printing services.

3D Pioneer sponsors CG Awards

3D Pioneer is proud to announce official sponsorship of the CG Awards 2014. The CG Awards are hosted annually by 3D World to celebrate the best of the 3D graphics community.

3D Pioneer is sponsoring the Software Innovation category of the awards in line with the Company's online secure 3D marketplace, Appaloza.

3D Pioneer Announce Successful Completion of MCAST Development Program

The development agreement with MCAST has successfully been completed. All the video projects have been submitted to the Company and showcased at an event held in the 3D Pioneer offices. Several images from this event were shared on the company's social media profiles.

Through the MCAST development agreement local talent was identified and as a direct result of this a number of students are now enrolled on summer internship programs at the 3D Pioneer offices.

About 3D Pioneer:

3D Pioneer Systems is a diversified technology company focused on delivering true plug and play 3D printers and printer applications that are designed to simplify the creative process and be accessible to a broad audience of consumers around the world. The Company is also a marketer and developer of innovative mobile games and software applications that consumers can download on a variety of operating systems.

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