Autodesk’s Ember 3D printer shines as a strategic open source play, enlightening the desktop 3D printer market

Lux Research recently spoke with two members of Autodesk’s Ember team about the company’s DLP stereolithography 3D printer, its capabilities, and the motivations behind making the technology open-source. Autodesk’s decision to offer the Ember 3D printer in early 2015 may have seemed out of charac...

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