The app, dubbed 3D Builder, is designed to be beginner friendly, and aims to help the amateur design 3D products provided that they are running Windows 8.1 and have a compatible 3D printer. It boasts a cataloging feature much akin to Office’s Clip Art, and you can expand your collection of available pieces through your own customizations as well. It’s easy to work with and even easier to get something out of that you can show to the world, again, provided that you have a 3D printer at hand.
The clean, simple user interface lets you scale, rotate and adjust what you want to print. Add multiple objects to a single print – even stack or push objects into one another to create new ones.
We’re entering an exciting new era in which everyone will be able to create and print three dimensional objects. Just imagine being able to print a spare part for a household appliance, or creating your own jewelry line of custom 3D-printed earrings. With Windows 8.1 and the 3D Builder app, all of that is now possible. 3D printers are already on the market and partners like:-
The increased exposure to 3D printing thanks to media is also helping, with The Big Bang Theory and Elementary featuring the technology in a couple of their recent episodes. This is the future, and Microsoft is embracing it.
The app is available for download in the Windows Store now here.
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