Microsoft just introduced 3D Builder R5 with cloud based support
Microsoft is introducing an improved version of its 3D Builder Windows Store app alias Microsoft’s 3D Builder R5 with more advanced features like Cloud Print (buy a print online from 3D Systems), renovated main control, new selection control, new trophy parts 3D models, windows RT support, save as STL.
This avant-garde application facilitates the users to generate and print 3d objects through alternative materials like metals and ceramics. More perfection can be achieved for making 3D models. The users can also make these objects 3d printable from any remote location.
Microsoft has made collaboration with 3D Systems, the leading provider of cloud-supported 3D printing service alias Cubify. The clients can submit orders inside the application as the 3d printing is incorporated through Cubify into the 3D Builder application. 3D Systems has also tied a knot with Google to produce modules for cutom-made Project Ara smartphone. Project Ara’s antenna module is being made with metals having ability to transmit signal and current.
From the initial design phase, users are being connected to Cubify directly and place order for their design that can be delivered to their doorstep in 2 weeks.
With the 3D Builder app, the users can easily print objects locally through 3D printers connected to computers.
“Microsoft’s 3D Builder R5 facilitates the users to have extended material options which vary from opaque and frosted plastics, to metallic and mixed plastics, to full-color ‘Colorstone’ as well as ceramics.
If you have the desire to take part in this contest, just submit your designs in the 3D Animation ot 3D Print Contest forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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