SEOUL, South Korea, Dec. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The K-ICT Born2Global Centre (Born2Global), a major Korean government agency under the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP), announced on Dec. 15 that 3Dupndown Co., Ltd, a member of Born2Global, the international trade platform for 3D design files, will begin to introduce Korea's cultural heritage design to 3D printing users from Dec. 17.
To this end, 3Dupndown and Korea Culture Information Service Agency, which is an affiliated organization of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism on November 25th entered into a partnership agreement where content about Korea's cultural heritage for 3D printing can be distributed and commercially utilized across the world. 3D content of Korea's major cultural heritage, such as celadon and white porcelain will be promoted and sold worldwide.
Korea Culture Information Service Agency has a legal right to Korea's cultural heritage for 3D printing by entering into partnership. Due to this partnership, 3Dupndown has a legal right to create and service profit/non-profit business models.
Users can click 'Korean Museum' on 3Dupndown website (www.3dupndown.com) and download Korea's cultural heritage. 3Dupndown will steadily update around 2,000 pieces of Korea's cultural heritage which are 100% 3D printable.
"There is plenty of international interest in Korea's cultural heritage which was 3D printed and displayed at Pangyo Startup Campus," 3Dupndown CEO Alex. P. Hong said.
Hong added that, "A lot of people around the world will download it, as 3D printers have been already commercialized abroad. We hope that this will be an opportunity to promote Korea's cultural heritage through 3D printing and contribute to the development of the 3D printing industry."
3Dupndown is a platform for sharing '100% 3D printable' design and is the only global platform in Asia that provides service in 8 languages.
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SOURCE K-ICT Born2Global Centre