The team behind the highly successful inaugural 3D Printshow, which took place in London last year are ramping things up for extended events over the next 12 months. Team Awesome (the organisers) has released specific dates and venues for its 2013 European events as well as dates for the first show on American shores in 2014.

Promising to feature all of the newest and most exciting developments in 3D Printing, the world’s most talked about future-technology, the 3D Printshow will be taking place as follows:

• 3D Printshow London 2013 will take place at The Business Design Centre, Islington across 7-9th November

• 3D Printshow Paris 2013 will be held at Carrousel Du Louvre on 15-16th November.

• 3D Printshow New York will be from 13 – 15th February 2014 at the Metropolitan Pavilion.

And in a further revelation, the team is also placing a much greater emphasis on Education, which is a really great move. Accordingly, Team Awesome is not content to just deliver an amazing show packed with more than ten interactive 3D printing feature spaces (designed and funded by 3D Printshow and their industry-leading exhibitors), they’re supporting the growth and education of young people across the UK, Europe and the USA by reserving an entire morning at each show exclusively for schools with content developed specifically to engage and stimulate young minds. Along with the amazing future-tech on display, it’s packed with an incredible lineup of interactive workshops. 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. To illustrate the depth of their commitment to education, 3D Printshow is going to give every comprehensive school that brings more that thirty-five students a free 3D Printer to take back to their design department!

Now, I really do like the sound of that!

“The challenge is not just inspiring future generations, it’s about giving them the tools to create and supporting their ability to learn. We can’t wait to follow these schools in their journey and see what these kids can do with this technology in their hands”

– 3D Printshow Founder Kerry Hogarth

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