Microsoft, netfabb Partner

The companies are offering a cloud service for 3D print model repair and preparation.

netfabb, a supplier of 3D printing software, has entered an agreement with Microsoft to offer joint 3D printing cloud services for commercial users.

The platform will include netfabb’s file repair software, and will have functions such as wall thickness detection, buildability checks and offline rendering options. It will utilize the Azure cloud for distribution of models and files.

“Providing easy low cost access to essential 3D printing tools to the world has been netfabb’s mission since it was founded. Moving towards offering the wide functionality of our 3D printing software on a cloud is just the logical next step. Microsoft Azure has provided us an ideal platform to achieve this in a fast, scalable and stable way,” says Alexander Oster, CEO of netfabb.

For more information, visit netfabb.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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