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333D secures official licensee status from Football Federation Australia

FFA players will be incorporated into the company’s range of 3d printed player figurines.
AFL footy player figurine
Licensed AFL footy players and Cricket Australia cricketers

333D Ltd (ASX:T3D) has secured an official license from Football Federation Australia (FFA) to manufacture, distribute and sell 3d printed FFA player figurines through June 2019.

The company offers on-demand contract print services, as well as 3D digital technologies that make it easy to capture, enhance, and convert images into touchable 3D objects.

The new license grants 333D permission to use FFA brandmarks, along with those of the Hyundai A League and the Australian National Men’s and Women’s football teams.

New range of bobblehead figurines

FFA brands and players will be incorporated into the company’s Mini League range of 3d printed player figurines and, in the nearer term, made available for the creation of bespoke bobblehead figurines.

Official FFA-branded football characters will be added to the Bobbled catalogue of options that people can choose from for their personalised bobblehead.

Licensed AFL footy players and Cricket Australia cricketers

333D already has a catalogue of more than 100 different offerings that also include officially licensed AFL footy players and Cricket Australia cricketers.

The company recently secured an official licence from Cricket Australia to launch bobblehead cricketers at the fourth Ashes test at the MCG, as part of a licence running until June 2019.

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