Windows 8.1, 10 3D Printing App 3D Builder Receives Update to Fix Bugs

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Use Microsoft's free 3D builder app to print objects to Windows 8.1-ready 3D printers

Microsoft has made available its free 3D printing app 3D builder only a few days ago but the app has already received its first update in the Windows Store. Read below to find out more
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Microsoft has released the 3D Builder free 3D printing app in the Windows Store a few days ago, with the app making our list with the best Windows 8 apps released for the past week. The 3D Builder application comes with support for both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows 8.1 and can be download completely free.

The release note for the 3D Builder app in the Windows Store reads like this:

Release includes a number of minor bug fixes and a crashing bug fix on certain video cards

Read also: Microsoft & MakerBot Want to Start a 3D Printing Revolution

Microsoft has included new APIs in Windows 8.1 that allow integration with 3D printers and this has been appreciated by developers. Of course, finding a cheap 3D printer is not easy, as currently the demand isn’t that big, but things will change as more people will be looking to get one. Recently, MakerBot developer has also released a 3D driver compatible with Windows 8.1.

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