Makerbot Replicator 2 sold in the Windows Store # bldwin
Microsoft has included many new features in Windows 8.1 , but one that was not expected was the integration of 3D printing native tools built into the operating system.
During Build 2013 one of the ads has been focused on the development (do not forget that is a conference focused on developers) but have not forgotten those who create 3D objects with new APIs for developers.
Microsoft will give a significant boost to 3D printing, it is announced that the printer Makerbot Replicator 2 stores sold directly from Windows Store. This is a very important support for Makerbot, a company that began in large part this new revolution and was acquired by Stratasys .
For now there is no information on when you can purchase the printers directly in their stores, but it will be interesting to see how these devices finally beginning to be seen in shops where anyone can approach and understand what they are capable of.Tags: makerbot, Makerbot Replicator 2, Microsoft Build 2013, store windows, windows store