3D Systems Corporation has opened its 3D printed home at the upcoming International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The event is scheduled for January 6-9, 2015. The Rock Hill-based company will be inviting consumers to its “Home of the Now.” It will show how 3D printing is going to change the way we live, reports TCT Magazine.
3D Systems to showcase cutting-edge products
3D Systems’ home features its first sub-$1,000 consumer 3D printer, first professional 3D food printer. The company will also offer a sneak peek into the “3D printed lifestyle.” The company will unveil its new software and hardware developments in food printing, desktop full-color 3D printing, and software for gaming and design. 3D Systems is expected to showcase 3D printed examples of furniture to wearable devices.
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3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental and Chief Creative Officer will.i.am are set to deliver a presentation exhibiting 3D printing examples in the field of fashion, toys, furniture and gaming. 3D Systems Chief Marketing Officer Cathy Lewis said that the company will showcase cutting-edge products that can impact almost every part of your life today.
Last month, 3D Systems unveiled about a dozen products at the EuroMold, including software, printers, materials and scanners. The company launched ProX 400 metal printer, which is the largest metal #d printer on the market. Flagship products expected to be showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show include the CubePro series, the EKOCYCLE Cube 3D printer and ChefJet Series.
3D Systems joins hands with Luxion
Separately, 3D Systems has teamed up with Luxion, a developer of advanced rendering and animation software. As part of the deal, Luxion’s KeyShot will become the standard rendering solution in many software products from 3D Systems. Luxion’s software will give users of 3D Systems’ Geomagic software the ability to make stunning imagery for their designs.
3D Systems’ VP of investor relations, Stacey Witten, recently said that 2014 has been a year of acquisitions and heavy investments. Next year, the company will focus on streamlining its business and fine tune the investments.
3D Systems shares gained 0.70% to $31.61 at 12:02 PM EST on Tuesday.