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Wikifactory

Experience Collaborative Manufacturing, an end-to-end manufacturing ecosystem for designers, engineers and manufacturers, that brings together Wikifactory’s Cloud PDM and CAD Rooms to directly interface with our online manufacturing Marketplace.

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Wikifactory is the easiest and fastest way to get your product to market.

Experience Collaborative Manufacturing, an end-to-end manufacturing ecosystem for designers, engineers and manufacturers, that brings together Wikifactory’s Cloud PDM and CAD Rooms to directly interface with our online manufacturing Marketplace.

Share, iterate, prototype and manufacture your hardware products completely online.

Adopted by a global community of over 140,000 engineers, designers, SMEs and hardware startups covering industries from robotics and drones to electric vehicles, 3D printers, bio-tech, agri-tech, and smart furniture. Our community is spread across 190 countries, developing over 9,000 projects on our Collaborative Manufacturing Platform.

Our mission is to reshape the global supply chain and ensure that anyone, anywhere can make virtually anything online, with just a laptop and an internet connection, that's why we have built an online platform with all the tools to make it possible. By rethinking manufacturing for the digital age we are building the Internet of Production.

Wikifactory was founded by Tom Salfield, Christina Rebel, Maximilian Kampik and Nicolai Pietersen. With four founders from international backgrounds and people in Madrid, Copenhagen, London and Shenzhen, our team is truly global.

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    Thingiverse.com is the place to share digital designs for fabricating real, physical objects.

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    Hackaday.io is a platform for people who like to build things.

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    The best open source print files and designs available for you to build upon or simply download and 3D print!

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    CGTrader is an online marketplace at which artists can sell and buy Revit and 3D models.

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    Helping mechanical engineers build great products faster

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    Thangs3D is an online community for engineers and visual designers that provides unlimited downloads of 3D models and CAD designs.

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    Hackster is a community dedicated to learning hardware.

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    The place to share and download SketchUp 3D models for architecture, design, construction, and fun.

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    The 3d models search engine.

  12. wikiHow is a wiki based collaboration to build the world’s largest, highest quality how to manual.

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    Wikifab is a wiki-based site. The platform documents instructions for simple and technical projects.

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