“MakerOS effectively eliminates all the inefficient business practices that haunt the first years of a start-up.”
“In simple terms, if you’re looking to open a 3D printing or other maker-focused business and wish to sail through the process of doing so, MakerOS is your way to go.”
“Every pro-maker needs MakerOS.”
In 2010, I was in my freshman year of DePaul University. It was 3 AM, and I was reading Gizmodo when I saw a video which I didn’t quite get. What I’d come to know as a world of desktop 3D printing at first just registered like it does for so many: creating something out of nothing. This got me thinking: what if there was a system designed to help others do the same? Not just with 3D printing, but the very means of creation and e-commerce.
A plan was hatched, and I set out. I got involved with the open source community, worked with top 3D printing manufacturer, and co-founded the world’s first retail 3D printing service bureau in Chicago, and then struck out on my own to bootstrap the premier 3D printing service in Detroit. After learning the needs of maker businesses inside and out, I was ready: time to build the system.
MakerOS was born out of my own experiences, but has been fine-tuned by bringing together a team with combined decades of experience in technology, manufacturing, and design. Working as one, we’re committed to creating enablement. Whatever your thing is, we want you to do the thing, and we want to help you get there.
It’s inevitable that the future will be run by makers, and we see MakerOS as the backbone supporting these people and their dreams. We take care of all the things you don’t want to; all the things you shouldn’t have to deal with, anyway. We are a tool for helping you get back to focusing on your craft. We’re a helping hand, a trusted advisor, and a loyal partner. We’re the operating system for your maker business.
– Mike Moceri, Founder & CEO
Entrepreneur. Maker. 3D Printing Cowboy.
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