Many 3D printing profiles are built into Photoshop, but new printer profiles will also be made available online for the latest materials and printers.
You already create cool designs in Photoshop. Now it’s time to turn those designs into real-world objects. Use the Photoshop tools you already know to design, color, and add texture to 3D designs—for design prototypes, fine art, jewelry, ornaments, and more—and then print them on your own 3D printer or via a 3D printing service.
Shapeways is the world’s leading 3D Printing marketplace and community, making product design more accessible, personal, and inspiring. By giving Adobe users access to Shapeways materials and technologies natively in Photoshop, Adobe and Shapeways are harnessing 3D printing to help Photoshop users make and share their designs with the world.
Adobe and MakerBot have joined forces to lead the next industrial revolution. Now Photoshop users can render and perfect 3D designs, and then turn them into physical objects with a MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer—the fast, easy, and affordable way to create professional-quality models.
Sketchfab is a web service for publishing, sharing, and embedding interactive 3D models online, in real-time, without plugins. Through Sketchfab, Photoshop users can share 3D designs in their Behance portfolios.
One of the world’s leading online 3D printing services, Sculpteo offers a place for professionals and individuals to host, print, and share their 3D models. By bringing Sculpteo’s services to Photoshop, Adobe is offering creatives the chance to work on 3D files in their favorite creation software, access professional 3D printing, and get delivery in just a few days—no matter where they are.
Mcor Technologies is an innovative manufacturer of the world’s most affordable, full-color, and eco-friendly 3D printers. They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business (A4/letter) paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable, and tactile models.