April 24, 2014

Portuguese design and product engineering company Weproductise launches PiP Eco Spot Braga, the first 3D printing store in Portugal at the end of April.

Located in north Portugal, PiP Eco Spot Braga is a space where people can create and sell innovative and eco-friendly products, meanwhile also enjoy tea / coffee, fresh fruit juices and homemade healthy food.

The adventure of Weproductise started in late 2012. Since the beginning, the startup has been working on clever design solutions, and intuitive, easy-to-assemble products. In 2013 Weproductise created Eco Spot and started offering workshops for 3D modelling, 3D printing (beginners, intermediate and professional), Arduino (beginners, intermediate and professional) and Cutting & Engraving using CNC milling and laser machines.

PiP Eco Spot is selling various types of products in the store including homeware and toys, all made with digital fabrication. You can find desktop 3D printers, desktop laser cutting/engraving machines and various consumables. The store also offers 3D modeling, and printing services. Anyone can bring their own design to PiP Eco Spot store and watch their design being printed out in a few hours.

The store also features eco-friendly furniture, made from reused and recycled products like pallets, cardboard tubes, industrial lockers and wire spools, available for purchase. You can also find there many beautiful 3D printed items such as lamps, kitchenware and toys.

PiP Eco Spot is attempting to create a a commercial chain of franchises of 3D printing stores in order to bring the concept to each city throughout the country and to build a platform for selling design and products. A grand opening ceremony for the 1st PiP Eco Spot store will be held on Friday, May 2nd.

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John Douglas wrote at 10/13/2015 10:58:09 AM:

exactly - this is typical for Portugal !

Antonio wrote at 5/3/2014 9:59:35 AM:

Largo Senhora-a-Branca nº 135, Braga, Portugal 10h30 till 19h30

minesrah@gmail.com wrote at 4/25/2014 11:15:52 AM:

It would be nice if the address were given. And let Google Earth know so it will be shown on their maps.

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