AFL and 3D printing company strike merch deal

The AFL and a 333D have come to a deal to create 3D printed merchandise for the sporting code.

Praising the AFL as showing “great foresight and progressiveness”, managing director Frank Pertile told AAP that, "We see it as a genuine opportunity to develop some really unique and exclusive 3D printable content."

Pertile’s company was acquired by Oz Brewing Limited in January. He said the deal was the first of its kind in Australian sports. 333D would work with the AFL in the off-season to develop merchandise. 

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