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Singapore's largest stockist of 3D Printing Materials opens it "doors"

Posted by Shafiq Bashir on

Mēkā (pronounced Mec-ca) now provides more choices of filaments, a variety of payment methods and ships all over Asia.

Using Singapore as a base for operations, Mēkā intends to distribute all variety of filaments all over Asia.

With more people adopting 3D Printing as a hobby or as part of their professional work, there has been an increase in the number of filaments and materials available for use with 3D printers.  Capitalizing on the shortage of a one-stop shop for 3D printing materials in the Asian region, Mēkā announces the launch of the 3D Printing Material Store.

Mēkā is expanding the availability of filaments from PLA and ABS to Laywood, Laybrick, Ninjaflex and specialty filament from Proto-Pasta. We are also working towards bringing in more filaments from other reputed suppliers.

The 3D Printing Material Store also has accepts a variety of payment methods for buyers in Singapore and abroad. You can pay for your purchases via paypal or by Bitcoin, making Mēkā among the first 3D Printing Material suppliers to accept Bitcoins. 

To learn more about the 3D Printing Material Store contact Shafiq Ali via email at mekastudiossingapore@gmail.com or visit the Mēkā blog and 3D printing store at www.3dprintingmaterialsstore.com.

About Mēkā

Meka Studios LLP (Mēkā) was started in May 2013.  Mēkā (pronounced Mec-ca), which is the Japanese term for “maker”, is focused on enabling creativity and innovation through increasing access to digital fabrication tools such as 3D printing. Mēkā provides a 3D design and Printing service and is the authorized distributor for 3D printing filaments from Reprapper Tech Co Limited (China), NinjaFlex from Fenner Drives (USA), Proto-Pasta (USA) and cc-products (Germany). Mēkā also provides service support for various models of 3D printers and conducts an “Introduction to 3D printing” course with various organizations and corporations in Singapore.

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