The Denver chain of 3D printing stores is expanding with a new location opening in Houston, Texas. This is the fifth storefront for The 3D Printing Store and this will be the first location opening outside of its home state of Colorado.
The original 3D Printing Store was among the first brick and mortar 3D printing companies when they opened their first location in 2012, and their new Houston store is only the first of several new locations planned. All of their locations offer a full range of services, including 3D design, rapid prototyping and 3D printing services, 3D business consulting, 3D scanning and 3D education.
The new Houston location will be managed by local business owner Lisa Risoli who joins the team with an extensive background in digital imaging, construction design and customer service. She has also been very active in the business and arts community and plans to leverage that community to generate excitement about 3D printing technology.
The co-founder of the 3D Printing Store Debra Wilcox said: “We are very excited to have Lisa Risoli join our team. She brings energy and the vision for new markets for 3D printing to our team. We know that Lisa will reach out to small businesses, the arts community, students and educators alike in the Houston market!”
The 3D Printing Store’s rapid success and expansion started in 2014, mirroring the 3D printing industry’s amazing year of growth and consumer awareness. This allowed the original location to add three sister stores in just a matter of months. Physical locations are a key component to The 3D Printing Stores business model as they believe that having a place where the public can see and experience 3D printing is vital to educating a customer base.
Currently there has been no address for the new Houston location set and an opening date has not been finalized. You can find out more about The 3D Printing Store and keep tabs on the new location on their website.