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Filament recycling at #3DMS2020

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 #3DMS2019 and we’re working with add:north on creating…

3D Printing at the Hospital

We’re proud to announce that the Lund University Hospital will attend 3D Meetup Sweden this year – namely one of their departments which focuses on using 3D-printing to visualise various organs and body parts before surgery. Read more about them in their own words below: We are empowering physicians at the hospital with 3D printed models. Helping one patient at…

Announcing 3D Meetup 2020!

It’s finally happening. The fourth edition of 3D Meetup is coming to town and the official dates are March 14-15th of 2020. This time we’re moving to a new better venue and we hope to see you all there. Keep posted by checking our website and social medias!

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…