Brooklyn-based Voodoo Manufacturing has just officially opened their service bureau with more than 125 MakerBot 3D printers to produce anything, from single prints or small batches to large volume orders of up to 10,000 parts.
You can directly upload a model by dragging an OBJ or STL file to the front page of Voodoo’s website and will receive an instant quote before ordering. Alternatively, businesses can use the Voodoo API for orders to be automatically directed to the printing queue. All devices are controlled by a central server using a proprietary software, that allows for all devices to be managed by a single technician.
Intel, Chromat, Autodesk and Local Motors have been among their clients so far and they have also recently joined the marketplace Etsy in their manufacturing program.