Blizzard enabled Crafting Orders for testing on the Tyrhold (Dragonflight Beta) realm. The system will also be available on Valdrakken in a couple of days.

In Dragonflight, you can create crafting orders and have other players craft you an item. 


In this thread, please post your feedback on Crafting Orders, which is now available for testing in the Dragonflight Beta.

We have initially enabled this system on the Tyrhold realm only, and we expect to turn it on with some test vendors on the Valdrakken realm in a few days.

This is a new system which allows everyone to send orders to have specific items crafted for them, including epic soulbound equipment. Once a crafter fulfills an order, it will be sent to the customer in the mail.

You will find that the Crafting Order Clerks standing on the overlook above The Artisan’s Market in Valdrakken will now accept your crafting orders. Should you wish to try sending a crafting order, speak with one of them. You will be able to browse for an item you wish to order, customize it as you see fit, write a (courteous) message, and post the order. By default, your order will be public, allowing any appropriately knowledgeable crafter on your realm to fulfill it. You can also choose to send a guild order or a personal order to someone in particular with the right profession.

Find any crafting table for your profession in the Dragon Isles (there are many within the Artisan’s Market in Valdrakken), and either right click the table or open your recipes manually. You will find that the Crafting Orders tab along the bottom of your recipe is accessible. From there, you can search or browse public, guild, and any personal orders you may have received. Once you’ve claimed the order, you can provide any missing reagents, craft the item in question, fill out a (courteous) message back to your customer and complete the order, collecting your commission.