Printer maker hooks up with chip giant Intel
3D Systems (3DS) in the US is working with Intel to mainstream the adoption of 3D scanning and printing.
3DS will make its consumer Sense scanning, editing and 3D printing software applications available for Intel-powered Ultrabook and tablet devices equipped with the new Intel 3D camera during the second half of 2014.
Additionally, 3DS plans to make its 3D scanning technology available to developers to make it easier to implement advanced depth sensing capabilities to all kinds of applications.
3DS has also launched the third generation of its home 3D printer, the Cube 3, the first plug & play consumer 3D printer, priced under US$1,000 for everyday use.
3D System’s new Cube printer. The firm is now working closely with chip maker Intel.