3D software maker Sap announces plans to release its smartphone printer, a new competitor to Intel’s printer platform

3D printing is becoming increasingly popular in the consumer electronics market, but it is still in its infancy.

Sap is one of the few companies that is already building a smartphone-based 3D printer that could rival Intel’s platform.

It’s been dubbed the Brother, and the company’s new model is expected to launch later this year.

The Brother 3D printers are currently available in a handful of models, including the Brother M1 and the Brother 3G.

The new model uses a different filament, called “Super-Tensile”, which is capable of up to 8mm (0.68 inches) per side, and a 3D-printed housing.

The 3D printed housing can be easily removed and re-printed.

The housing can also be folded, and printed on top of it.

The brother printer is said to be able to produce large prints for the likes of 3D sculptures, furniture, and even car bodies.

It’s also possible to print objects like glasses, which are often used to print 3D models of a model, or objects that need to be cut into smaller pieces.

The printer can print up to 25,000 layers per hour, which can be printed out with a single layer.

The brother printer will be available in multiple sizes, including 8.7mm x 7.7x7mm, and 7.5mm x 6.5x6mm, but the printer will only be available with 3D PLA filament.

This is a cheaper filament that can be sourced from a local supplier.

In order to print, the Brother needs to have the same amount of energy as a smartphone battery, and can produce between 100-150 watts per minute.

It can print to a resolution of 0.1mm (or 0.001 inch), and can print with either the ABS (a soft material that is stronger than the hard plastic) or PLA (a very strong material).

The Brother 3Ds will also have a built-in LED display, which will light up when a layer of material is in the print.

It will also support 3D scanning, as well as the ability to upload 3D images to the device.

The new Brother 3DS printer is expected on the market sometime this year, and is expected cost around $700.