Colorado's first 3D printing store was opened in December 2012, at 4603 Monaco St. in Denver. Founded by Debra Wilcox and young entrepreneur David Perleberg, the 3D Printing Store allows consumers to walk in and experience 3D printing and print out their own design.
Consumers can purchase premade 3D printed items or redesign these items using 3D modeling software. They can customize them by adding their name or logo and then 3D print it out.
The 3D Printing Store has two Makerbot Replicator 2 3D printers, and one Mojo 3D printer from Stratasys. Wilcox and Perleberg have already signed two contracts with inventors to transform their visions to a CAD drawing and print out 3D prototypes.
(Images: 3D Printing Store)
In addition the store will host workshops for kids and adults to learn 3D printing. And the founders plan to add a 3D photo booth to the store that customers can get 3D scanned and print out replicas of themselves on a 3D printer.
On Thursday, February 7th the 3D Printing Store will host an open house that features Lulzbot 3D printers. LulzBot staff will be there to show off the printers and answer questions. Find more information here.
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