3D Printing comes Alive as XYZPrinting Partners with Microsoft
SAN DIEGO, CA – It’s time to take a break from the traditional ways of representing innovative ideas in 2D and peek into the world of possibilities with 3D printing, since printers from XYZPrinting are now calibrated for Windows 10 and 3D Builder.
The 3D printing company XYZPrinting has recently partnered with Microsoft providing simple, cost effective, user friendly and best-in-class 3D printing and designing application to all Windows 10 users.
The features of XYZPrinting include seamless integration with Windows 10 Plug and Play for smooth printing experience, using best in class slicing technology from 3D Builder—and better experiences for users of all skill levels and direct print to 3D printers from Microsoft 3D Builder and save as PLY, STL, or 3MF, a new standard for 3D models.
All Windows 10 users can now enjoy automatic installation of their new printers directly from Windows Update.Future Windows 10 users will be able to create 3D designs from all devices including laptops, tablets and phones on the full range of top-rated 3D printers including XYZPrinting's da Vinci 1.0, da Vinci 2.0, da Vinci 1.0 AiO, da Vinci 1.1, and the da Vinci Junior series.
The da Vinci Junior, offered at 349 dollars along with 1 year free warranty on product and service is one of the cost effective products available. The said product has recently won the awarded several organization like PC Mag, Tech and Learning magazine, COMPUTEX Taipei.
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