Saturday, September 7, 2013

A new 3D device: 3D copy printer named Zeus

What is the difference between 3D printing and 3D copying?
3D printing alone requires users to provide 3D digital files such as .STL from CAD software programs (Solidworks, Sketchup, etc.). 3D copying is a simplified process where you place a physical object into the machine and receive a plastic copy without any 3D drawing software skills required.

One Touch Auto-Copy
Why did we choose to integrate a 3D copy function into our machine? We believe that having a complete 3D machine (scanning and printing together) will provide the best user experience. This simple and intuitive combination will solve device compatibility issues and more importantly, lower the 3D scan-to-print learning curve. Simply press the copy button and the ZEUS will automatically do the entire copy process for you.