Stratasys announced an unusual collaboration with Adobe to dramatically simplify use of color in 3D printing.
Adobe announced the coming availability of a new feature in their Capture app: Scantastic.
After announcing the app in October 2018 and releasing a closed beta last April, Adobe has renamed their tentatively-titled ‘Project Gemini’ drawing and painting app ‘Adobe Fresco‘.
Adobe Fresco in 3D?
Color 3D printing just got a small step closer to being easier.
Right out of the gate for 2017, Adobe is offering a pair of applications featured at the Adobe MAX 2016 conference
In a major announcement at Adobe MAX, 3D printing and additive manufacturing leader, Stratasys, and design software giant, Adobe, revealed that they will be joining forces to provide high-quality, color 3D printing solutions for creative professionals around the world.
Color 3D printing has long been a challenge and few manufacturers produce color capable gear. Stratasys has taken a step towards full color 3D printing by demonstrating a 3D printed color gradient.
It’s true. Adobe announced new 3D printing capabilities within its current Photoshop Creative Cloud web service. At first, this seems to be an unusual function for a product dedicated, literally, to 2D images. But then it makes more sense when we thought about it. First, what does the new 3D print service actually do… Continue reading 3D Printing… From Photoshop???