Although the company’s is mainly focusing on the consumer side of 3D printing (like action figures or personalized figurines), Staples aims to attract the attention of small businesses also.
Walk-in customers will have access to seven kinds of printers and six types of materials, including the Cube and Cube X models Staples already sells. Larger jobs will be sent to 3D Systems. If you don’t have experience with modeling 3D-printable files, you will be helped: graphic design consultants will help customers model their vision. There’s no pricing announced for any of the services yet.
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