UPS Stores to test 3-D printing service using Stratasys printer



By Steve Alexander, Star Tribune

“United Parcel Service said Wednesday that it will test a consumer and small-business 3-D printing service through its franchised UPS Store chain and that it will use a printer from Stratasys of Eden Prairie.

For the test, UPS chose the Stratasys uPrint SE Plus printer, which starts at about $16,000. The printer should be able to produce engineering parts, functional prototypes, acting props, architectural models, and fixtures for cameras, lights and cables, UPS said.”

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