3D printers invade the stores
<p> The day each home will be equipped with a <strong>3D printer</strong> is still a long way off. In the meantime, some retailers have started implementing <em>3D</em> * <em>printers</em> in their <strong>stores</strong> to offer value-added services to their customers. <a href="http://www.top-office.com/imprimante-3d">Top Office</a> has, for example, introduced the object into one of its <strong>stores</strong> in the north of France allowing visitors to print their objects directly in the store. The price list starts at 9.90 € for a <strong>3D file</strong> already created and small. Recently, <a href="http://www.theupsstore.com/Pages/index.aspx">UPS Store</a> has introduced professional printers (approximately € 21,000) in six San Diego test <strong>stores</strong> . The service is clearly oriented for professionals who want to print a <strong>prototype</strong> or more complex objects. Individuals are not left out because they can use these machines to print objects of larger sizes than with their personal 3D printers for example. There is no doubt that this type of initiative, which tends to democratize <strong>3D printing</strong> , is likely to spread in the months and years to come. </p><p><img src="http://fichier3d.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/imprimantes-3D-magasin-Cults.png" alt="3D printers Cults store"></p><p> Source: <a href="http://www.monunivers3d.com/1426/">MonUnivers3D</a> </p>
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