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3D Systems Launches 3D Sprint 2.0

3D Print reports on yet another software launch from 3D printing giant 3D Systems.  3D Sprint 2.0 is the latest iteration of software for several of the company’s plastics 3D printers.

Specifically, 3D Sprint 2.0 will work with ProJet 1200 and ProJet MJP 2500 series printers “and will begin shipping with these immediately.  3D Systems will announce at a later date when [this updated software] will support their other plastics 3D printers.”

3D Sprint 2.0 “reduces the need for users to divide projects between multiple software programs, thus streamlining the 3D printing workflows into a simplified process and saving users time and money.”

Brand new “software features [allow users to perform] advanced operations like part splitting, offsetting, and part quality checks.  [3D Sprint 2.0] can also accommodate .stl, .obj, and .ply file inputs.”

“The system is easily scalable and flexible, to adapt to rapid material and print technology innovation…this tool can help accomplish modeling objectives for 3D printing applications, which reduces the need for any additional software.  There are also easy-to-use modeling wizards available, that come with their own automated tools…you have the option of loading 3D Sprint 2.0 build files created on another system directly to your printer, or submitting print jobs directly from the Print Workspace.”

“Users are now able to effectively streamline their 3D printing processes with 3D Sprint 2.0, which can decrease the cost of ownership for any 3D Systems plastics 3D printers, as you’ll no longer need to purchase expensive software seats from any third-party vendors.”

Ian Sayers, 3D Printer and Scanner Sales for Hawk Ridge Systems, which is a partner of 3D Systems, put it best: “3D Sprint 2.0 is the fastest and most reliable user interface we’ve ever used.  Having a single piece of intelligent software [capable of creating] estimates on numerous virtual machines makes our operations more nimble, and the level of interoperability sets a new standard for what people will expect from 3D printing interfaces in the future.”

Image Courtesy of 3D Systems

Quotes Courtesy of 3D Print

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