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Create it REAL Integrates MyMiniFactory 3D Library into REALvision Software

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logoFolks tend to sit up and take note when two dynamic companies–already strong forces on their own–team up to bring users an even more dedicated product. This means double the innovation, double the experience and expertise–and yes, I’m gonna say it–double the fun. After all, for ventures in the innovative 3D printing arena, while challenge can often be at an all-time high, by choice–it’s supposed to be about achieving satisfaction in creating.

Both companies in context here are premised on producing the most comprehensive user experience possible.  We’ve reported on Danish 3D printing technology company, Create it REAL, previously, as they worked to bring faster and more expanded 3D printing production options to the entrepreneurial and development community.

13d8e138-a731-4fc4-ab11-70844c9f9c06MyMiniFactory, whom we’ve enjoyed writing about for quite some time now, is the hub for a massive number of 3D files that can be downloaded for 3D printing, catering to the online community in offering content globally. With the Create it REAL partnership, this should allow their offerings to shine even more brightly with inclusion in the REALvision new release. The free library offers a vast list of choices for users who aim to 3D print unique–and functional–objects.

“The integration of MyMiniFactory into Create it REAL Software will allow users to get access to great, thoroughly tested 3D-printable content from the best designers for 3D printing out there – and it’s absolutely free,” said Romain Kidd, CEO of iMakr Group, which includes MyMiniFactory. “It’s tremendously exciting for MyMiniFactory to be the world’s first independent marketplace of 3D printable files to integrate into Create it REAL– even more so given that their team shares our vision of widening access to this amazing technology.”

Known as an R&D company committed to releasing ongoing solutions to make creating desktop 3D printing even better, Create it REAL provides tools for integrating 3D printing into new innovations and development scenarios–and allows for doing so more quickly. They, in essence, help companies to create their own 3D printers, but take away all the hassle of R&D.

“Our goal at Create it REAL is to enable people’s creativity. All the technologies we develop try to improve the 3D printing experience and make it as easy as possible for end-users. Working with MyMiniFactory was an obvious choice to guarantee customers a wide range of printable object that were actually tested and will print perfectly on our partner’s 3D printers,” said Jeremie Pierre Gay, founder and CEO of Create it REAL.

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REALVision slicing software

Numerous 3D printers having now been created through Create it REAL, offering five to ten times the normal speed in 3D printing, include the following machines:

  • Dynamo 3D One-EVO
  • Aye Aye Labs Hot Rod Henry Supercharged
  • Weistek Ideawerk Speed

As the number of 3D printers including the Create it REAL technology continues to grow, all of their customers can look forward to the MyMiniFactory content as well–a bonus on any level. REALvision software offers direct access to the very popular archive of 3D models. Users can take advantage of that simply by adding objects to their ‘virtual print beds.’

The Danish team at Create it REAL is comprised of experts in electronics, digital design, programming, mechanics, and also has extensive knowledge regarding patenting issues.

MyMiniFactory.com, launched in 2013, is already known as the world’s largest curated platform for 3D content, which is free and of the utmost quality and printability. Users can select from a wide choice of 3D models–from figurines to fashion to gadgets, as well as having the option for customized design and printing options.

 

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