3D Systems Announces 3DSPRINT Shared Cloud/Desktop Platform
November 24, 2014

3D Systems Announces 3DSPRINT Shared Cloud/Desktop Platform

ROCK HILL, SC – 3D Systems has announced 3DSPRINT, a new desktop and cloud-based platform that changes the way people share, view and print 3D data.

3DSPRINT lets users access and print 3D data anytime, from any source, anywhere, breaking down historic design and manufacturing barriers to 3D printing. Users can store, access and share data with anyone they choose, from wherever they want: in a secured public cloud, on the desktop or in their own private cloud.

With 3DSPRINT, users can access the full range of on-demand cloud printing capabilities with a single click via 3DS' Quickparts service or print to an in-house printer, opening up unlimited possibilities in the design-to-manufacturing process. The platform offers printability analysis and instant cost calculation. Users can work with 3D data from virtually any source in their browser or via the desktop app.

3DSPRINT is a free platform for all users and will offer premium enterprise features for enhanced productivity and workflow control. 3DS plans to preview the platform at EuroMold 2014, including live demos and exclusive invitations for users to experience it.

The 3DSPRINT desktop app is immediately available for ProJet 1200 and ProJet 5500X, and will be available for 3DS' entire range of ProJet and ProX printers in the future. The 3DSPRINT cloud app will be available for preview and user feedback after EuroMold 2014.