Voodoo Now Offers Fulfillment Service To Help Clients Sell Their Products Online

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Voodoo Manufacturing launches its Fulfilled by Voodoo (FBV) service this week that lets its clients submit the order straight to the company, then sell it directly on eCommerce sites such as Amazon and eBay.

Because of 3D printing’s highly efficient production rate, the 3D printing startup company believes its clients will be able to meet the demands of their customers without having to worry about unsold items.

“For anyone designing and selling a physical good, getting that item manufactured can be the most challenging part of the process. Often, these entrepreneurs have to take several trips overseas, going back and forth with multiple vendors… Due to this time-consuming process, manufacturing has become a bottleneck in bringing new products to market. We launched Fulfilled by Voodoo to make manufacturing more accessible, and we’re excited to see what creators do with FBV,” Max Friefeld, Voodoo Manufacturing, CEO

FBV aims to make manufacturing much more accessible for startup companies who use their service. Voodoo’s latest service also accelerate the user’s supply chains and increase their cost savings, wrote Supply Chain Dive.

Easier access to faster manufacturing

The Brooklyn based 3D company aims to help all businesses with their manufacturing needs, providing their clients with a fully operating API and complete access to the company’s robotic 3D printing factory.

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According to 3DPrint, the latest FBV service is an excellent opportunity for businesses to order what they need to meet the demands of their customers, without spending anything on purchasing bulk items and attempting to forecast the number of items that they need to produce to supply the demands.

The developers for apps and sites that have custom integration needs can utilize FBV to route orders to Voodoo’s 3D factory automatically. The items will then be delivered directly to the customer as soon as the 3D product is printed.

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