Rapide 3D parters with 3DPrinterOS cloud software.
Rapide 3D has partnered with 3DPrinterOS to bundle their entire suite of desktop 3D printers with 3DPrinterOS’ cloud operating system. Starting with the Rapide 200 and 200 XL, the printer with the world's tallest desktop height, Rapide owners will have access to all the features of 3DPrinterOS via Windows, Mac, Ubuntu or Raspberry Pi.
3DPrinterOS is the world’s first operating system for 3D Printing. Since launching to the general public in March, 3DPrinterOS has seen over 4000 hours of printing across 1200+ printers in 68 different countries and 517 cities. 3DPrinterOS’ operating system uses their app engine, which powers features such as “Magic Fix” which can analyse, repair and orientate files for printing on specific machines, greatly reducing the chances of failure and wasted material for new users.
“3DPrinterOS will revolutionise the 3D printing industry with their cloud based operating system for 3D Printers. What Windows achieved in the personal and desktop PC environment in the late 80’s and early 90’s, 3DPrinterOS is about to do in the 3D printer space. 3DPrinterOS will launch 3D Printing to the masses with its intuitive interface and user-friendly commands and Rapide 3D wants to be a part of this both now and in the future” said Rapide 3D CEO Ethan Hunt.
3DPrinterOS STL editor.
Users will be able to manage, edit, fix, slice, share & print objects via phone, tablet, computer or any other smart device. Connecting Rapide printers to the cloud also gives remote control and live viewing of printers from anywhere there's an Internet connection available. Rapide machine owners will get expanded access to cloud storage for their files, walkthrough videos, customer support and other materials to help get more out of their printers.
Hunt, added: “We design, develop and produce hardware that is functional, reliable and innovative so it makes sense for us to partner with 3DPrinterOS so we can focus on making our machines even better. Rapide 3D is excited to be partnering with 3DPrinterOS as we see this as the way forward for all 3D Printers of the future. “