VANCOUVER, Canada, June 18, 2015 – Tinkerine Studios Ltd., Canada’s leading manufacturer of desktop 3D printers and 3D printing educational content, announced it has completed 3D printing software integration with Adobe Photoshop CC (Adobe). Adobe is the global leader in digital media solutions.
Adobe customers now have the ability to seamlessly 3D print their designs with Tinkerine’s award winning DittoPro. This new feature is available as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 release that launched yesterday.
“Adobe introduced 3D printing capabilities to Photoshop CC to make the technology more accessible,” said Maria Yap, senior director of product management, Photoshop at Adobe. “The integration of Tinkerine support within Photoshop CC makes it even easier for customers to access top-of-the-line 3D printers and training resources that will enable them to create compelling 3D objects.”
Tinkerine’s co-founder and lead software developer, Justin Sy, added “Our software integration with Adobe opens the door for existing Photoshop CC customers to seamlessly integrate 3D printing into their workflow. We are committed to empowering users with ever improving software solutions that raise the standards of 3D printing technologies.”
About Tinkerine Studios Ltd.
Tinkerine develops, manufactures, and sells desktop 3D printers, content, and software for the educational and consumer markets, the fastest growing segments of 3D printing. Current products include the award winning Ditto Pro, Ditto+, and Litto 3D printers, all acclaimed for their high performance and affordability. Tinkerine’s 3D printers work seamlessly with the Company’s integrated 3D software to make printing intuitive and accessible to anyone. Tinkerine backs its printers with a one year warrant, the first in the industry to do so, and its products and services with Tinkerine U, the Company’s 3D educational content and online training platform. With a focus on education, Tinkerine continues to provide 3D printing solutions into the US$86 billion educational technology and US$122 billion online training markets.