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The 3D Meetup Race Track!

The 3D Meetup Race Track for 3D-printed R/C’s will return once again and we are super grateful that 3D Prima is sponsoring us with all the material for the track and the prizes. We’re lending the track surface from Sideways Habo. We will still have one OpenR/C F1 car which all of the competitors will drive to try and set…

Bring your failed prints!

Finding new ways to recycle and handle the plastic we create is super important. Therefore, in collaboration with add:north we will put up plastic recycling bins throughout the event venue in order to collect scrap plastic and failed prints, just like last year. We still have the plastic that we collected from last year and we’re working with add:north on…

3D Meetup ❤️ Humanium

We’re happy to announce that Humanium & IM will be attending 3D Meetup this year. It’s a brilliant project created by IM. The idea is to collect and repurpose illegal firearms, creating new items from weapons that has previously caused such destruction. At 3D Meetup Humanium will be showcasing some products created by 3D-printing Humanium powder and also tell us…

Collaboration with MyMiniFactory

We’re thrilled to announce that MyMiniFactory will be attending 3D Meetup this year and they’ll be bringing tons of interesting stuff with them. In their own words, this is how they describe it: “We’ll share how hobbyist have turned their passion of 3D design into a side business, and show you how 3D printing can be used to solve every…

Create your own personal mini-me!

Come scan yourselves, your family or why not your dog? Last year there was a lot of interest for 3D-scanning so this year we’ve partnered up with a Swedish company called SCANN3D. They’re experts on 3D-scanning and will be available both days of the event. They’ll be offering both full body and bust scans for a very reasonable price as…

Announcing the Community Printing Project

Together with Stefania Dinea we proudly present Equilibrium, a three legged pavilion aimed at being a community print where everyone can participate. The goal is to create a fully modular structure fabricated entirely on modern desktop 3D-printers. With the help from the 3D community in Sweden and around the world we aim to complete this project and assemble it during the first…

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