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All you need to know

What is 3D Printing?

3D printing is one of the digital making methods available through Personal Factory.

3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing by which a digital file is translated into a physical object by a 3D printer.

The object is made by building up multiple layers of material.

A variety of materials can be used for 3D printing, and different 3D printers build objects in different ways.

We see this as the beginning of something huge.

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Latest article about 3D printing

RazorLAB opens Makers|CAFE in London

First branch of long-dreamed half makerspace/half cafe opens its doors

When it comes to laser cutting services in the UK, it’s hard to beat RazorLAB for precision and expertise. Now you can throw in some tasty treats and a chat with the guys in the the know because they have just opened Makers|CAFE.

For those who need a little caffeine to cultivate their creativity, this really is a dream come true:

“…a space where people could have a quality coffee while having their prototypes made on the spot”

It’s an exciting time for makers in London, and Makers|CAFEare celebrating with a launch party this Thursday (August 21) where a lucky few will enjoy live music, free drinks and laser cutters + 3D printers in action.

If you are in the area and like the sound of joining in the fun when Makers|CAFE opens its doors to the public, you can RSVP at their Facebook event page orEventbrite page. Spaces are limited so be sure to get in quick!

via Makers|CAFE