For most of our team everything started from an extracurricular academy teaching LEGO robotics. Back in those days there was this great website – http://www.nxtprograms.com/ (Actually it is still working until this day!) with tens of free building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms NXT set. The instructions are simply photos of each step put on […]
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This is a feature announcement. We’ve implemented a feature in our Instructions Steps editor to allow authors of 3D models and building instruction to change the background color and primary color of the viewer for the instructions they create. Here is how it works as a demo: Documentation is available at https://www.buildin3d.com/docs Why this feature? […]
Here is our offer – we are going to keep the users for 30 seconds more on your product page and they will find it fun and entertaining. Today we put the offer like this as we had to explain and answer the question “Why should we put 3D on our eCommerce store?”. The truth […]
Today we formed a partnership with the FabBRIX brand. It is a “New 100% biodegradable construction toy, FabBRIX adds to the pleasure of playing the satisfaction of an eco-responsible purchase.” A few weeks back we saw FabBRIX, thought it was one of the coolest brands we’ve seen lately and tried to build a couple of […]
On Friday we got featured in the BABYLON JS release video for version 4.2. Thank you Babylon team. Your framework is great and we are able to add great value for our customers with our Instructions Steps (IS) framework on top of Babylon JS. We, BuildIn3d deliver 3D assembly instructions and 3D in general in […]
In BuildIn3D we’ve delivered more than 50 millions 3D assembly instructions parts and we’ve decided to share our experience why on you should deliver 3D on your website and more importantly how to do it.
One area where 3D could really flourish is ecommerce. Ecommerce is about one thing – converting more of your site visitor to raving fans that constantly return to your site for their next purchase. It takes a lot. We’ve been personally running 2 ecommerce sites and it takes a lot. Let’s see how 3D models/assembly instructions could help on this path.
In this article we look at the history of development of buildin3d.com as a platform though initial idea to making it work as a saas platform