VECTARY becomes the first free, online 3D modeling tool to integrate Google Fonts, enabling its community of designers and makers to easily transform any type of font from over 800 font families available on Google’s database into great-looking 3D text.
The latest addition to VECTARY’s growing list of plugins, Google Fonts can be activated with a simple click in the 3D editor and allows users to type in any text, in the Google font they choose, and then snap it to a face on a 3D object. They can also edit the 3D text at any time using VECTARY’s free, full 3D toolset so that it best suits the overall design. Whether you design a creative logotype on a product or a name ready to be 3D printed, VECTARY is a great alternative to traditional design tools, offering the same beautiful results in a fraction of the time.
Michal Koor, VECTARY CEO and co-founder:
“With every plugin that we build in, we are trying to make it easier for our users to create and personalize their 3D designs. By integrating Google Fonts’ amazing typography, we are helping designers literally and figuratively add a signature to their models, just like a painter would add one to their painting. The fact that you’re doing everything in the 3D editor, without having to switch to other programs or software in order to create and edit the 3D text, allows for a seamless and positive experience.”
VECTARY has already integrated great, useful plugins like Shapeways and MyMiniFactory as part of their long-term mission to make 3D modeling and 3D printing accessible to more people. As the tool grows, new plugins are developed at a faster rate, ensuring users get the best 3D design features available.
About Google Fonts:
Launched in 2010, Google Fonts is the go-to database for open source fonts. With an extensive catalog of over 800 font families, it is enabling designers around the world to share and integrate typography into any design project seamlessly.