Adobe's Mike Scrtutton at TCT Show+ Personalize
As Stratasys announce the software improvements to their full colour Objet Connex 3 series, which will allow better full colour parts, Mcor make significant strides in matching colour swatches and HP announce their intentions to launch the Multi Jet Fusion Technology printer in 2016 with full colour capabilities questions must be raised about the designing of objects for 3D print in full colour.
In the 2D printing world, one company who helped achieve the vast array of colour palettes we now come to expect is Adobe. Earlier last year Adobe announced their intentions to tackle the tricky business of designing in three dimensions by integrating it into the world’s favourite graphic design package, Photoshop.
Since the initial release on Creative Cloud, Adobe have released more features to the native 3D printing capabilities of Photoshop on almost a weekly basis. Colour is where a lot of their research is held and Mike Scrutton, Senior Product Development Manager for Adobe’s Print and Publishing Business Unit, gave a fascinating speech on how Adobe are testing colour 3D printing out at TCT Show + Personalize 2014.
As are all our conference sessions at TCT you can watch the video of Mike’s fresh perspective free of charge. Enjoy.