If you're a user of the Windows 10 3D Builder app, we've got some exciting news for you. Microsoft recently updated the 3D Builder app with support for Windows 10 Mobile and Xbox One, meaning you can now design and 3d print your models from even more Windows 10 powered devices!
For those who are unfamiliar with 3D Builder, it's an app bundled with Windows 10 that allows users to create, design and share 3d models, with the built in ability of being able to 3d print them directly from within the app.
Some might say it's similar to the recently released Paint 3D app, except it's missing all the "paint" features outside of being able to build 3d models and objects. The 3D Builder app also works with Kinect, allowing you to scan in items directly within the app.
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