|By Marketwired .||
|May 19, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 05/19/14 -- 3D Pioneer Systems, Inc. ("3D Pioneer" or "the Company") (OTCQB: DPSM) (OTCBB: DPSM) is announcing a partnership with Shapesmith Ltd. (London, United Kingdom). The Company is working with Shapesmith to assist in the creation of an online editor of 3D files. This development is code named "Orofino".
Orofino will be incorporated in 3D Pioneer's Appaloza cloud platform as part of its secure printing solution. The Company aims to launch the first and largest secure marketplace for 3D artists to collaborate, share, browse and sell their work online.
Orofino will allow secure printable models to be edited, scaled and printed with ease. The software will check 3D files against errors and offer numerous other innovative features to ensure that successful, high-quality prints are made, both before and after edit.
As stated by the Company's CEO, Alexandros Tsingos, "At 3D Pioneer, our priority is to ensure that the artists' IP is protected and they get remunerated for their hard work." Mr. Tsingos goes on to say, "Orofino is a key component in the Appaloza software chain to allow us to create, deliver, and service the secure and trusted marketplace for this rapidly growing sector."
Aside from its advanced functionality, the intuitive and stylish interface of Orofino will make it a joy to use for both artists and users, regardless of their level of technical expertise.
About 3D Pioneer:
3D Pioneer Systems is a diversified technology company focused on delivering true plug and play 3D printers and printer applications that are designed to simplify the creative process and be accessible to a broad audience of consumers around the world. The Company is also a marketer and developer of innovative mobile games and software applications that consumers can download on a variety of operating systems.
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