Glowforge brings 3D laser printer to market

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Seattle-based Glowforge introduces a 3D laser printer, “giving creators, families, and small businesses the ability to bring their ideas to life at the push of a button,” according to the company.

“From the very start, we designed the Glowforge 3D laser printer to unlock people’s creativity,” Dan Shapiro, Glowforge CEO said in a statement. “We set out to re-invent the idea of homemade. What if you could print what you wanted, when you needed it? What if you could sketch a design, then turn it into something real you could use, without complicated software? What if your gifts were personal instead of purchased? What if it was easy to print your ideas a hundred times, so you could launch a business?”

Glowforge prints on leather, wood, acrylic, paper, fabric, cardboard, metal, glass, ceramic, stone, laptops and chocolate, according to the company.

For more, visit www.glowforge.com.

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