UP 3D Printers support latest Windows 8.1 plug-and-play Microsoft 3D Printing Platform
Beijing - Jun. 26, 2013 - Tiertime (PP3DP) announced today that the company will be among the first 3D printer companies working with Microsoft to support Windows 8.1. UP Plus 2 3D printer will be in action at Microsoft’s Build Developer Conference 2013 in San Francisco, California, USA.
With Windows 8.1, customers will experience plug-n-play and seamless end-to-end printing from a wide variety of applications.
"This is significant news for 3D printing industry. The introduction of 3D printing support in Windows 8.1 will accelerate the adoption of 3D printer in consumer market." Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Tiertime, Alex Yan, says, "With the increasing popularity of 3D printers nowadays, we are very excited to see the direct support from Windows platform. We are honored to be among the first partners demonstrating our products with full Windows 8.1 integration , at Microsoft Build 2013 event. Our products, which include award winning desktop UP 3D printers, and Inspire industrial 3D printers, will immediately begin supporting Windows 8.1 with the goal of providing a seamless 3D printing experience for our customers worldwide."
Tiertime manufactures industrial 3D printers, and desktop series through its subsidiary, Delta Micro Factory, also known as PP3DP. Its latest product, the UP Plus 2, provides an un-paralleled customer-user experience with features such as automatic table height adjustment, and table level adjustment.
“We’re excited that Tiertime has chosen to implement Windows 8.1 support so customers can easily make 3D objects on their PCs,” said Shanen Boettcher, General Manager, Startup Business Group, Microsoft. “We look forward to the exciting features, experiences and creations that come out of our work together."