Bolton added that it isn't enough to be able to download other people's objects and print them. The CAD learning curve must be eliminated because the vast majority of 3D printer users want to print their own designs. Most don't have the time, money or desire to learn complicated 3D modeling software, but they have ideas 3D printing can turn into reality. With MakeVR's more natural human-to-computer interface and simplified approach to modeling, it's easy to go from your brain to your 3D printer, according to Bolton.
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