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World's Largest 3D Printing Retail Store to open in London in April 2013

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iMakr is pleased to announce the opening of the world's largest 3D Printing store in central London in April 2013.

 

With a floor area of 2500 sq-ft spread over two levels, the iMakr store will stock a large range of personal 3D Printers from major American, European and Asian manufacturers.

Located in Farringdon, the heart of the designer district of London and near to Silicon Roundabout, the iMakr store will showcase the latest in 3D Printer technology, 3D Scanners, 3D-printed products, supplies and accessories. The iMakr store will also host regular events, stage demonstrations and workshops for those curious about this revolutionary technology.

With 3D Printers available for under £2000, it is now possible for people to design and create objects in their own homes. The experienced and friendly staff will leave no stone unturned in guiding the growing community of creative Makers and Designers in their search for the right products to suit their needs.

Sylvain Preumont, founder and CEO of iMakr, said: "3D printing is all about physical machines making physical things. People need a physical store to see, touch, feel and engage with the technology. That's what the iMakr store is all about."

Stay tuned for further details. To find out more and stand a chance of being invited to the Grand Opening please visit www.iMakr.com

 

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