Thursday, May 15, 2014

Autodesk Introduces Open Software Platform SPARK, and Its Own 3D Printer

Autodesk, Inc., has recently announced its two latest breakthrough projects that it hopes to help make 3D printing a lot easier - Spark, an open software platform for 3D printing, and its very own 3D printer.

Chief executive Carl Bass revealed the news ahead of an appearance at the MakerCon conference in California. In addition to selling the machine, Autodesk will also allow other manufacturers to make their own versions of the printer or power their own models off its software at no cost. Read more at

Clearly, Autodesk wants to be the technology provider of choice for sophisticated 3D printing hobbyists, as well as others in manufacturing and business who use the technology as building blocks for their work. The company wrote that the hardware and software combination "will provide the building blocks that product designers, hardware manufacturers, software developers, and materials scientists can use to continue to explore the limits of 3D printing technology." Read more here

Autodesk has always been in the forefront of integrating today's advanced technologies into everyday business practices.

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make it possible for many more people to incorporate 3D printing into their design and manufacturing process - See more at: http://inthefold.autodesk.com/in_the_fold/2014/05/accelerating-the-future-of-3d-printing.html#sthash.6fZGsz5V.dpuf
make it possible for many more people to incorporate 3D printing into their design and manufacturing process - See more at: http://inthefold.autodesk.com/in_the_fold/2014/05/accelerating-the-future-of-3d-printing.html#sthash.6fZGsz5V.dpuf
make it possible for many more people to incorporate 3D printing into their design and manufacturing process - See more at: http://inthefold.autodesk.com/in_the_fold/2014/05/accelerating-the-future-of-3d-printing.html#sthash.6fZGsz5V.dpuf
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