May 7, 2015 | By Lilian

Shining 3D Tech, the leading provider of 3D digitizing & 3D printing solution in China has just signed a major contract with Autodesk Asia PTE LTD on 3rd May, promising to manufacture and supply a massive 6,300 desktop 3D printers. The contract specifically stipulates that Autodesk Asia shall purchase 6,300 sets of 3D printers from Shining 3D. Both sides further agreed that the first batch of 3D printers will be delivered at the end of May. As can be expected, this deal will positively influence Shining 3D's business results over 2015.

Shining 3D is a typical example of a 3D printing company that focusses on the popularization of 3D printing technology through an emphasis on its educational benefits. Calling it a social responsibility, they are working towards creating multi-way collaborations with open platforms and seek to enable students to use 3D software to transform their creative ideas and imaginations. 3D printing, as a medium for allowing students to experience their own innovative ability, can play a crucial role in that new way of learning.

Autodesk, meanwhile, is a global leader in the field of 2D and 3D design software, while also being a major player in the fields of engineering and entertainment software. All these specialties, they argue, play an important role in cultivating students' ability to work with operational software and they have therefore developed a variety of 3d design programs specifically for students. These 6,300 sets of desktop 3D printers from Shining 3D will be able to seamlessly connect with the Autodesk's 3D design software and complete that whole experience of creative design to 3D printing. All 3D printers ordered in this deal will also be applied to educational purposes and will be used to further motivate students to study 3D design software.


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