Not long ago, 3D printing was simply showcased as a too-cool tool in a science fiction movie. But technology jumped into the 3D space quickly, churning out a record number of 3D desktop printers at prices that are getting more economical every day. botObjects' new ProDesk3D bills itself as the first full-color 3D desktop printer designed for consumers, business professionals, and educational institutions. botObjects reports that the big benefits of its 3D printer are its ease of use, printing speed, and high-quality reproduction with color materials. Another popular 3D printer is the Cube 3D Printer, which is now on sale for less than $1,300 at Staples. This is another printer with out-of-the-box ease of use: Just plug it in and start printing. The Cube software readies user files for printing, and the software is Mac- and Windows-compatible with Wi-Fi printing capabilities.
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