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Nicolinux

Photoshop CC supports 3D Printing

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oops,

would like to try it, but I do not dare to upgrade, might only work with legal versions :(

 

??? of course you need a legal version, everything else is software piracy. besides, you can get photoshop CC for $20/month, which is hardly an excuse to steal software.

 

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Honestly I can´t imagine how my nice powerpoint files at work would look printed in 3D...

But back to the initial topic:

Could be interesting as a direct solution for office environments where people don´t want to tweak around. It might be worth trying if they also provide the right drivers. From the pictures it seems that Replicator2 is supported...

Nevertheless, it seems that they all jump into the same trend and our hobby will become more and more popular :-)

 

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