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Desktop Factory
Desktop Factory developed a breakthrough desktop 3D printer with capabilities similar to traditional rapid prototyping systems costing tens of thousands of dollars more. Combining high performance and low cost in a desktop size, Desktop Factory's printers were designed to enable 3D printing to become pervasive in business, schools and homes.
Desktop Factory
Founded:
2004
Acquired:
2009 (3D Systems)
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3D Systems plans to continue to develop Desktop Factory's technology and integrate this breakthrough technology into its expanding family of desktop and professional 3-D Printers.

August 31, 2009  |  Desktop Factory

Print anything you need, from toys to parts to landscape and furniture designs. That's the vision of 3-D printing.

May 19, 2009  |  Forbes.com

Military surgeons, architects, and others are creating models with 3D printers, and prices are falling: Sub-$10,000 printers are on the way.

October 6, 2008  |  BusinessWeek

Desktop Factory is going to make your 3D-printing dreams a serious reality with the introduction of its 125ci 3D printer, a $4,995 hunk of concept-plastic magic which could possibly represent a paradigmatic shift for the state of three-dimensional printing for the masses.

September 14, 2007  |  Engadget

Desktop Factory plans to sell its first three-dimensional printer for $4,995.

May 7, 2007  |  New York Times
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