Fujifilm Australia: 3D Printing For Consumers



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Fujifilm Australia is introducing the 3D printing kiosk to allow consumers creating and launching their personal DIY projects. There will be catalogs to provide variety of the objects to the customers. At the beginning people will have to return in store to collect the orders as the items will be produced off-site. Later, the customers will be able to create a wide variety of items via the professional technology.
Via: psfk.com

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