Free 3D Printing App released by Microsoft for Windows 8.1
Microsoft has released a 3D printing app for Windows 8.1 which is called 3D builder. It is the first 3D printing application developed by the software genius which made use of a new 3d printing pipeline built for windows8.1.
This app is free and currently available from windows store. and also through the online stores of Microsoft. Microsoft is also selling the MakerBot 3D printers for your needs in its online stores.
Microsoft’s 3D Builder consist of libraries for 3D printable objects. Microsoft 3D builder libraries includes toys, decorations, jewelry and whatever you want to printing in 3D level can be customized and adapted before few minutes of printing. See the working mode of 3D printing app for windows in this Application.
This app gives support for developing a objects from a variety of printers to its Operating system. It is the great way for beginners of business to start producing 3D printing. It is enough for them to have Windows 8.1 machine and Windows 8.1-ready 3D printer.
It has been already released by Windows partners like 3D Systems, Autodesk, Dassault Systemes, MakerBot, netfabb, Materialise, Stratasys, Tiertime (PP3DP), but 3D Builder is Redmond’s first internal release of end-user software taking advantage to the new OS’s capabilities.it also includes LEGO-style bricks, clips, and pendants, it can also create the complex design from the scratch.
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Windows 8.1 has been officially released last month for pc users to making 3D printing easy for printing a Microsoft Word document . The other new OS users also can send their printing files to other windows 8.1 users through email, who want to print those files with the use of simple touch button.
Microsoft’s 3D Builder and other Windows 8.1 uses the keyboard, mouse and touch interfaces to be adoptable to several software platform. they are working to support plug and play capabilities. Bre Pettis, CEO of MakerBot, said that “ Having the 3D printer driver be a part of Windows 8.1 rounds out even more of the MakerBot 3D Ecosystem that is designed to make 3D design and printing super easy and accessible. “