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Adobe launches new 3D printing feature for Photoshop Creative Cloud

Adobe makes its first foray into the 3D printing world with a new 3D Printing feature for Photoshop (NASDAQ:ADBE)

| Software News | Posted: Jan 16, 2014 5:41 am

Tonight Adobe announced an exciting new feature for its Photoshop Creative Cloud software. The new 3D Printing feature allows users to create, color, and texture their 3D models and then button them up for 3D printing. Photoshop will also build support structure into the model to ensure everything prints exactly as planned.

 

 

As a heavy Photoshop user and avid 3D printing guru, this will definitely be something I try out in the coming weeks. While I think I may still prefer the tested methods of modeling an object and then prepping it for printing using a service such as NetFab, but who knows, Adobe could have just changed the game for experienced Photoshop users who are into 3D printing.

 

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NEWS SOURCES:Adobe.com

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