3D Systems Kicks it Up a Notch at Siggraph

3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it will showcase its 3D content-to-print portfolio at the Siggraph 2012 Conference and Exhibition, August 7 – 9, at the Los Angeles, Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA.

Siggraph professionals are invited to check out the new ProJet™ 3500, capable of printing high definition, durable, precision parts and the company's full color ZPrinters® that made Laika Studio's "ParaNorman" movie possible using ZPrinted puppets. Hypr3D mobile capture, shape and print tools will be on hand to play with. For a quick start on your project, animators and digital sculptors are encouraged to visit The3dStudio.com, and all conference attendees are welcomed to experience and touch the company's stunning FreshFiber™ functional, 3D printed electronics accessories.

"We are grateful to be part of the creative Siggraph community," said Cathy Lewis, Vice President of Global Marketing, 3D Systems. "We are particularly excited to bring our growing suite of Cubify® create-and-make tools and apps to Siggraph as part of our commitment to democratize creativity."

3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D content-to-print solutions including 3D printers, print materials and on-demand custom parts services for professionals and consumers alike. The company also provides CAD software and plugins, and affordable consumer create-and-make printers, apps and services. Its expertly integrated solutions replace and complement traditional methods and reduce the time and cost of designing new products by printing real parts directly from digital input. These solutions are used to rapidly design, create, communicate, prototype or produce real parts, empowering customers to create and make with confidence.

For more information, visti: www.siggraph.org

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