Attendees could enjoy live demonstrations, workshops and seminars showcasing design, fashion, art, food, archaeology & Medical science. All products are produced using 3D printing.
For supporting the growth and education of young people across the UK, Europe and the USA, the 3D Printshow Education Session on Friday 7th November (London) and Friday 15th (Paris), NYC (dates tbc) features a lineup of interactive workshops developed specifically to engage and stimulate young minds.
This session will be free of charge to anyone that works in education and for any school or university bringing students to attend the show. 3D Printshow are also going to give every comprehensive school that brings more than thirty-five students a free 3D Printer to take back to their design department.
“The challenge is not just inspiring future generations, it’s about giving them the tools to create and supporting their ability to learn.” says 3D Printshow founder Kerry Hogarth.
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