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Just a few hours ago, Autodesk debuted Project Memento, a new software that creates hi-res, watertight meshes with massive datasets for 3D printing and other applications for the AEC market’s building information modeling (BIM) sector.
Need more proof of Autodesk’s plans for 3D printing? Check this out: the 3D design and engineering giant is now bundling a one-year premium membership of its 123D software suite with a MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3D printer to create a â€œpersonal design factory.â€ The cost is $2,249. .
Read more about Autodesk’s new Project Memento and Recap Pro here.
Here’s more of today’s headlines:
UPS offers nation’s first retail 3D printing service
New ArcGIS release promotes Web GIS
Augmented reality reaches mining industry
3D imaging firm captures $3.5 milâ€™ airborne mapping contract
Z+F OEM-supplies Pentax brand with high-speed laser scanners
3D Systems’ cloud-based design software buy raises stakes in AEC market
New 3D mobile mapping software supports any hardware setup
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