This October, the 3D Printshow will arrive in London for its inaugural edition, exploring the future of 3-D print manufacturing.
Through a series of live events, demonstrations, workshops and seminars, future thinkers from the fields of technology, art, design, archeology and medicine will present live, printed works, comprising sculpture, animation, interactive art and jewelry design, even a performance from 3-D printed musicians.
We have been tracking the ubiquitous rise of 3-D printing and rapid prototyping for quite some time. Subscribers can read more about the process and its evolution in our various reports. – Samantha Fox