3D Systems Brings 3D Content-to-Print Products and Services to PD&M

3D Systems Corporation announced that it will showcase its complete line of personal and professional 3D printers together with its content-to-print solutions at Pacific Design and Manufacturing, February 14 – 16th, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California.

The company plans to showcase printer packages that combine the precision of its ProJet™ printers together with the productivity and full-color of its ZPrinter® line of professional printers at affordable price points designed to help engineers shave time and money off their demanding development schedules. With 3DTouch™ 3D personal printers that fit every budget, access to Quickparts™ on demand parts service and the portable ZScanner® for reverse engineering and inspection, attendees can access the most complete range of affordable 3D content-to-print solutions available on the market today.

"The impressive range of integrated 3D content-to-print products and services that we have on display at PD&M cover the entire ideation-to-production process, delivering affordable full-color models, precise high-definition functional parts and intuitive content creation and capture tools," said Cathy Lewis, Vice President of Global Marketing, 3D Systems. "We are fully committed to democratize access to these powerful innovation and creation tools for the benefit of professionals and consumers alike."

Pacific Design and Manufacturing is considered the primary OEM resource for California's manufacturing markets, featuring software, raw materials, manufacturing equipment, components, subassemblies, and contract services used to design and produce OEM products and parts.

For more information, visit: www.canontradeshows.com/expo/pdm12

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