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The news is finally out: CGTrader has raised $9.5M in funding

February 25th, 2021

The news is finally out: CGTrader has raised $9.5M in funding

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we have secured $9.5M in series B funding and welcomed Ex-Rovio CEO Mikael Hed as our Board Chairman. Michael Hed is best known for taking the Finnish entertainment company Rovio from a small mobile games startup to a global entertainment company with its Angry Birds phenomenon. We’re looking forward to applying those global scaling lessons to our products.

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CGTrader is Already 3 Million Big!

September 30th, 2020

CGTrader is Already 3 Million Big!

It’s official - CGTrader 3D community has already reached 3 million registered users milestone. We’re so glad that our ranks are growing so rapidly - just a year ago we celebrated 2 million of CGTraders!

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Free 3D Printable Resources for COVID-19 Prevention

March 30th, 2020

Free 3D Printable Resources for COVID-19 Prevention

3D design and 3D printing can play a role in helping us get through the COVID-19 outbreak. By enabling to manufacture just about any design, 3D printing can produce useful gadgets on demand like air filter holders and door openers as well as face shields.

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One Millionth 3D Model Uploaded to CGTrader! + Infographic

March 25th, 2020

One Millionth 3D Model Uploaded to CGTrader! + Infographic

It’s official. CGTrader now showcases one million pieces of 3D content, making it the world’s largest 3D model Marketplace! And here are a few more impressive numbers.

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What I Look for When I Buy 3D Jewelry Models on CGTrader

February 27th, 2020

What I Look for When I Buy 3D Jewelry Models on CGTrader

When you scroll through 3D models on CGTrader it is clear that a lot of jewelry designers are working hard to offer a wide range of original designs.

But while the quantity and creativity are remarkable, the commercial practicality of the designs isn’t always there. And that impacts their “sellability.”

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