From October 22nd to December 31st shoppers can create bespoke 3D model, objects and toys in new pop-up shop.

3D printing booth from iMakr opens to public at Selfridges

Commercial 3D printing company, iMakr is opening its scanning booth to the public in a new pop-up shop in London’s Selfridges.

From October 22nd to December 31st, shoppers will be able to visit the scanning booth to create their own bespoke 3D printed objects, models and toys.

The pop-up shop will also offer consumers a range of 3D printed objects from renowned designers such as Ron Arad, MGX and Elvis Pompillo.

iMakr’s mission is to bring the 3D printer to the home with a collection of printers at retail including the Makerbot Replicator 2, Flashforge, Up Plus 2, Ultimaker 2 and Digitizer.

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