Printing prototypes, promotional materials, and artistic pieces just got more affordable

UPS are following in the footsteps of other big brands such as Staples by offering in-store 3D printing facilities. The move is an attempt to help startups, small businesses, and everyday customers who can't afford to buy their own.

The printers available are the Stratasys Uprint SE Plus model, a machine that costs $20,900 when bundled with a starter kit. Compared with many of the desktop varieties that people can buy, these printers are professional grade, capable of printing much higher quality.

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