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Dell and Makerbot Team Up To Offer Professional 3D Printing Workstations

Dell and Makerbot Team Up

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The personal and business computing giant, Dell, has added the Makerbot, (a Dassault Systemes company) line of 3D Printers and 3D Scanners to its portfolio. The Makerbot equipment is designed to work seamlessly work with Dell’s Precision Workstations which are targeted towards businesses and engineering, architectural and design professionals. The workstations have been certified to work with most of the leading CAD applications including Solidworks, Autodesk Inventor, Revit and AutoCAD, and PTC Creo. Dell and Makerbot are helping professionals,

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Start-ups and business save the time and money that would be spent making their computing and 3D Printing systems work well together as well as the headache of trying to troubleshoot and maintain computers, software, and 3D Printers that were not already optimized to work well together. You can discover more about this decision in the Dell press release here or you can jump to the Dell/Makerbot 3D Printing page on Dell’s website to discover the options or if your ready to order.

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