Adobe Gives 3D Printing Tools To Creative Cloud Users

3D printing is now starting to get some traction from consumers as 3D printers have become relatively more affordable compared to when they were launched. And as these printers go commercial, a need for creative software that will utilize these kinds of printer also surfaces. Adobe is one of the leading companies in the field of creative software and it’s also one of the first to provide support to 3D printers…

 

3D printing is now starting to get some traction from consumers as 3D printers have become relatively more affordable compared to when they were launched. And as these printers go commercial, a need for creative software that will utilize these kinds of printer also surfaces.

Adobe is one of the leading companies in the field of creative software and it’s also one of the first to provide support to 3D printers. The company today announced an update to Photoshop Creative Cloud that includes features for simplifying the 3D printing process.


 

Some of the new tools included in the update allow users to refine, preview, prep and output three-dimensional designs. Photoshop automatically corrects water tightness issues and makes scaffolding in order to prevent the material from collapsing during printing.

Moreover, Photoshop CC supports several models of 3D printer models as well as provides remote printing options via shapeways.com. Additional tools for regular photo editing will also come with the update such as Perspective Warp for changing an object’s viewpoint and Linked Smart Objects for improving collaborative efforts with automatic updating.

Those subscribed to the creative cloud can now use these new tools as a free update.

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