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3D Systems Brings Affordable 3D Printers to ISTE

Friday, June 22, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

3D Systems Corporation announced today that the company will showcase its latest and most affordable 3D content-to-print solutions at the International Society for Technology in Education, ISTE, 2012, held June 24--27, at the San Diego Convention Center, booth #5837, San Diego, California.

3D Systems plans to demonstrate its unmatched portfolio of easy to use and affordable 3D printers tailored to the education marketplace, including the latest ProJet 1500 color 3D printer with its smooth surface finish, durable parts. To showcase the largest build envelope in its class, 3D Systems will feature the newest member of the award winning RapMan family, the 3DTouch, which starts under $4,000 and offers true classroom printability.

3D Systems will also display its recently launched 3D printer for the home, Cube. A sleek industrial design and small footprint make the Cube 3D printer portable, compelling and truly 'plug and print'. Consumers choose from 10 exciting material colors, free designer 3D printable files and a rapidly growing collection of innovative co-creation tools and apps at Cubify.com for a game-like create and make experience.

"We are thrilled to share our unparalleled portfolio of affordable printers and solutions with ISTE attendees," said Cathy Lewis, Vice President, Global Marketing for 3D Systems. "We have been committed to education for years, but when you add Cube and Cubify to the equation we are uniquely positioned to democratize creativity and provide students with tomorrow's skills, today."


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