3D Systems Opens Innovation Center
March 28, 2012

3D Systems Opens Innovation Center

ROCK HILL, SC —3D Systems Corporation (www.3DSystems.com) has opened a 3D content-to-print innovation center at its Rock Hill headquarters. The company plans to share the disruptive power and compelling impact of its products and services, demonstrating how these solutions transform the way companies create and manufacture new products and consumers experience art, science and music.
The company plans to regularly host thought-provoking ideation sessions for business and consumer thought leaders and shapers geared towards helping entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs discover new approaches to problem solving and develop innovative solutions to disrupt and transform traditional design-to-production methods.

Central to the innovation center is 3D Systems' drive to democratize access, through integrated simplicity and empowerment, to its personal and professional 3D printers, its Cubify consumer experience and its rapidly growing on-demand parts services. This combination boasts a full complement of 3D Systems' high-speed, full-color and high-definition print capabilities and affordable Alibre CAD solutions.

"It's a real privilege to share our disruptive, affordable and impactful solutions with all who seek to benefit from the emergence of a personal manufacturing revolution," said Abe Reichental, President and Chief Executive Officer of 3D Systems. "This investment clearly demonstrates our complete ideation-to-manufacturing capabilities and underscores our commitment to democratize access and accelerate the adoption of our 3D content-to-print solutions for the benefit of professionals, consumers and educators the world over."