Open Source 3D Printers

February 15, 2017

(CES 2017 – Las Vegas)

Rockin’ Dave Blaire visited Kara Sawinska of LulzBot, during CES 2017, to learn more about what is available with 3D printing. LulzBot prides itself on creating 3D printing software that is open-sourced, allowing users the freedom to use without worrying about compatibility. The printers are reliable and affordable. To start with the printing go ahead and open a blank Word doc and head over to the “Mailings” tab. Next, click the “Labels” button. In the Envelopes and Labels window that opens, you’ll find yourself already on the “Labels” tab. Type the information you want on the label into the “Address” box and you will be almost done to start shipping with this incredible and personalized labels.

Listen as Kara explains to Rockin’ Dave the technology and features offered by Lulzbot in 3D printing to which will be used by many manufactures to do custom label printing.

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