In the future, you may not have to worry about your internet connection anymore.
That is the message from the world’s largest maker of 3D-printed 3D printers, which is now working with companies to make them more widely available.
In a new video, 3D printing giant Shapeways is showing off the capabilities of its new Wi-Flex platform, which can be attached to a variety of 3-D printers and connect to them wirelessly.
Wi-Flim is the latest iteration of Shapeways’ 3D printer technology, which was designed to make it easier for companies to create 3D designs that are easily portable, easy to transport and inexpensive to build.
In this video, you can see that it’s possible to attach a Wi-FLX to a 3-in-1 printer like the MakerBot Replicator 2 or MakerBot Classic 2, or a standard printer like a MakerBot and a MakerCup.
To use it, you’ll need a 3D Printer, and you can use Wi-FI to connect to the printer.
You’ll need an internet connection that supports 802.11b/g/n and you’ll also need a USB cable to connect the Wi-flix to the internet.
Shapeways first unveiled the WiFlex concept back in 2017, when it announced the release of its Wi-Flo, an affordable 3-d printer that uses a WiFI-based connection and a USB port to make 3D objects.
As a result, it’s now available in the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the UK, Austria, the Netherlands and Denmark.
“Wi-FLYs are a key part of our global strategy to increase our global reach by expanding our footprint and bringing new 3D and creative technologies to more homes,” Shapeways CEO Chris Sargent said in a statement.
Sargent says that the WiFLY technology is already available to about one-third of Shapeway’s 3D print customers in the US and Europe, and he expects that to grow to more than half in the coming months.
It’s important to note that this is not a 3rd-party device.
It’s a 3d printer, and Shapeways partnered with MakerBot to bring the technology to the masses.
It may not be available to all, but it’s available to a lot of people who may not otherwise have access to the technology.
The Shapeways 3D platform has also been used by the makers of the popular Arduino-compatible Arduino microcontroller, the Leonardo 2, to build an Arduino-based Raspberry Pi 3.
The company also plans to bring its WiFLX technology to other 3D products, but those plans have not yet been announced.
The company is hoping that the public will soon see a wider range of products that use its technology, and if you’re looking for something similar, you’re probably not alone.