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3DEA: 3D Printing Pop Up Store

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One of the newest forms of technology knocking on the door of the tech world for years has been 3D printing. This holiday season New Yorkers are inviting 3D printers into their home with the 3DEA Pop Up Store. Presented by Openhouse and prominent 3D printing brands, including Shapeways, Ultimaker and UP!, 3DEA will be held at the Eventi Hotel on 29th street & 6th Avenue from November 29th-December 27th. The store will feature special events, classes, lectures and activities, including an Inventor Bar, Customization Center, DIY Hub, Body Scanning, Shapeways Display and Portal, Ultimaker Doodle 3D Bar and much more. Come in and get acquainted with the latest technology hitting the tech world.

For more information please visit http://www.3DEA.co

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