Office Depot said in a press release that in-store 3D printing will be available at 150 locations across the United States.
The retailer cites positive customer feedback as the reason for expanding its 3D printing program.
We received an overwhelming response from our initial pilot program in Denver,” said George Hill, Office Depot’s Senior Vice President of Copy and Print Depot. “Customers ranging from tech buffs and entrepreneurs to marketers, educators and stay-at-home parents commented on how they would utilize 3D printing in their lives. With that insight, we knew we needed to expand the scope and offer these demonstrations to markets across the country.”
Customers who want to do their 3D printing at home also have the option of buying Cube 3D or CubeX 3D printers from Office Depot’s website for $1,299 and $2,499, respectively.
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