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Houston 3D printing company opens community showroom for hands-on activities

Houston 3D printing company opens community showroom for hands-on activities

Written by David

April 13, 2019

Houston company re:3D is opening a Clear Lake facility for the public to learn about 3D printing, participate in workshops and take hands-on tours. The company specializes in creating large-scale, affordable industrial 3D printers, including ones that uses plastic waste for printing. At HoustonChronicle.com: Can sputtering recycling market find a second life? There will be an open house on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1100 Hercules Ave, suite 220. “Re:3D couldn’t be more thrilled to connect with our neighbors and share our desire to grow in Houston,” co-founder Samantha Snabes said in a news release. “In addition to offering regular classes and tours, we’re seeking feedback on how we support innovation in Houston whether it be partnerships, cross-activations, meetups or other creative connections.”

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