Desktop 3D printer manufacturer Solidoodle announced today that the company is set to launch 3D printing stores in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus.
Solidoodle parnters with international businessman Ed Kantor to establish trendy 3D printing stores in these areas, selling and showcasing its 3D printers and lifestyle printed items featuring an upscale fashion shopping experience.
The first store, Solidoodle Russia will be opened this summer.
The company also announced plans to sell 3D printers in Brazil, Canada, Korea and Japan through international distributor initiatives. In partnership with Brazilian company Linotech 3D, Solidoodle 3D printers will be made readily available to the Brazilian users.
More News from Press Release:
- Solidoodle has partnered up with the Georgia Institute of Technology's Mars Society to provide this prolific space expedition research with a 3D printer for its Desert Research Station in Hanksville, Utah. Team members of the Georgia Tech Mars Society will print parts to test their strength for research on their viability for use in harsh environments like Mars.'
- The John Ed Keeter Public Library in Saginaw has become the first Public Library in Texas to have it's public use a 3D printer.
- Solidoodle has joined forces with Ensemble to launch the Solidoodle Manhattan 3D Pavilion located in Bryant Park.
- Solidoodle has signed a deal with the Tech Museum to exhibit the Solidoodle 3 as well as utilize the Solidoodle for education and art programs.
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