Adobe has used the 3D Printshow 2015 in London to demo four new 3D printing-related features that it'll be adding to Photoshop.
First up is support for the Tinkertine DittoPro 3D printer, which will be added via a downloadable printer profile from Photoshop.com.
We're visiting the show later for a demo of the features, and will update this story with more info afterwards.
Photoshop CC will also gain support for the 3D PDF format, which allows files to be 'proofed' just like traditional print files to check that they will print correctly.
Support for SVX will let users print sliced models for multi-colour 3D printers.
The 3D Hubs service lets artists find a 3D printing service in their local area, and support for this will be added to a future version of Photoshop.