3D Systems Launches Cubify Design Advanced Consumer Modeling Software

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ROCK HILL, SC — 3D Systems has announced the immediate availability of Cubify Design, a powerful parametric CAD tool built on the same foundational skills mastered in entry-level Cubify Invent, completing the advanced 3D printing toolbox for CubeX users.

Cubify Design is ideal for complex projects requiring real-world functionality and accuracy. When used in combination with Cubify Sculpt's organic modeling and mash up capabilities, users will discover endless potential for their dynamic ideas. Cubify Design comes with a 14-day free trial, is priced at $199 and available now on Cubify, the online destination for all things 3D printing.

Cubify Design feature set includes the ability to create assemblies allowing for interaction and motion within parts of a design. Users can view models as they will appear in the physical world with accuracy and full motion. Cubify Design includes 2D rendering features making it simple to share drawings when co-creating with others. The software accepts a variety of file formats and exports additional file formats including STL for direct plugin into Cube or CubeX software, making designs 3D print ready. 3D Systems plans to fully integrate Cubify Design into its expanding Cubify platform and to its award winning Cube and CubeX 3D printer experiences with direct plugins.

"Cubify Design enhances the 3D consumer modeling tools paradigm, making complex 3D design affordable and powerful," said Rajeev Kulkarni, Vice President and General Manager Consumer Products for 3D Systems, "Our latest addition to the growing Cubify software suite sets the stage for our advanced CubeX users to acquire even more skills as they create ever more complex and impactful printables."



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