Monday, Nov 19, 2012 4:00 AM
ROCK HILL, South Carolina –November 19, 2012 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that its Cube® 3D printer, the first ever designed expressly for the consumer, was reviewed by MAKE magazine and found to be "Most Reliable" and "Easiest to Use" in its MAKE: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing.
The Cube printer is packed with consumer friendly features, contemporary design and tablet like, touch screen ease of use. Consumer print ready and compact, this color 3D printer fits the living room and classroom, and weighing less than 9 pounds, is extremely portable. Offering hours of 3D printing enjoyment in a rainbow of compelling colors, Cube includes immediate access to over 30 free printable creations, many that can be personalized. The Cube printer also comes with a membership to Cubify.com, the ultimate online 3D destination for consumers, artists and developers.
“We are thrilled that Cube has been recognized by MAKE magazine and featured on the cover of its guide to 3D printing. Cube has captured the imagination and trust of consumers and Make Magazine’s designation as "Most Reliable" and "Easiest to Use", confirms it,” said Cathy Lewis, Vice President, Global Marketing, 3D Systems.
Get your Cube, with next day shipping, here at Cubify.com
About 3D Systems Corporation
3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D content-to-print solutions including 3D printers, print materials and on-demand custom parts services for professionals and consumers alike. The company also provides CAD, reverse engineering and inspection software tools and consumer 3D printers, apps and services. Its expertly integrated solutions replace and complement traditional methods and reduce the time and cost of designing new products by printing real parts directly from digital input. These solutions are used to rapidly design, create, communicate, prototype or produce real parts, empowering customers to create and make with confidence.
More information on the company is available at www.3DSystems.com
MAKE Magazine brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the exciting projects in your life and helps you make the most of technology at home and away from home. Projects in the magazine range from old-school balsa wood and tissue-paper airplanes to what to do to keep aging high-tech gadgets alive to building autonomous robots from junk. Published as a quarterly since February 2005, MAKE is a hybrid magazine/book (known as a mook in Japan). MAKE comes from O'Reilly, the Publisher of Record for geeks and tech enthusiasts everywhere. It follows in line with the Hacks books and Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks, but it takes a highly visual and personal approach.