Democratizing Access To 3D Content-To-Print For Students And Teachers Alike.
3D Systems Corporation (NYSE: DDD) today announced plans to bring its affordable 3D content-to-print solutions to the 2011 ACTE Annual Convention and Career Tech Expo in St. Louis, Missouri, November 17th -19th in booth 427.
ACTE is the largest national education association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for careers. 3D Systems plans to exhibit its complete 3D content to print solutions including its Alibre design productivity tools, the intuitive 3DTouchTM desktop 3D printer and its sleek new ProJetTM 1500 personal color 3D printer that delivers high resolution, durable plastic parts in 6 vibrant colors. The Company is also bringing to the ACTE convention its most affordable 3D printer kits including its award winning RapMan™ and BotMill™ Glider priced at $1,300.
“We are excited to be part of this innovative educational movement,” said Michele Marchesan, Vice President and General Manager, Global 3D Printing Products, 3D Systems. “Our affordable printers and simple, intuitive design productivity tools make it possible for students and teachers alike to prepare for a competitive future and underscores our commitment to democratize access to affordable 3D content-to-print.”
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