iMakr is planning to open its First Pop-up-Store, from October 24th to the very end of 2013, at Selfridges, London.
The store, which will be housed on the Ground Floor, will feature a selection of affordable Best-in-Class 3D Printers and 3D Art from the world best designers.
And, to celebrate the launch of iMakr at Selfridges, the store will feature a full body 3D Scanning installation where anyone could make a full color 3D Printed miniature of themselves.
During the Christmas Season, iMakr at Selfridges will host regular free demonstration and training to showcase the many possibilities offered by the 3D Printers.
iMakr with the help of MyMiniFactory.com, the online platform of Free 3D Printable files, will display at Selfridges a selection of beautiful and useful 3D Printed objects.
Sylvain Preumont, founder and director at iMakr, states:
"Since the opening of iMakr Store, two months ago, we have received numerous requests for partnership. I'm delighted to bring 3D Printing in Selfridges, an iconic, vibrant, luxurious and innovative department store."
To know more and to get a chance to be invited to the Grand Opening contact iMakr.
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