New “experiential retail store” in downtown Chicago that aims to introduce the public to the possibilities of 3-D printing for the average consumer.
Since the 1,800-square-foot-space opened last week, curious patrons have been ambling up to the shop’s more than 20 high-tech machines, pressing buttons and producing plastic molds of everything from custom jewelry to scale models of their own heads within minutes.
“It’s turning passive consumers into active creators,” explains Mike Moceri, the 21-year-old co-founder of 3DPX. “You empower someone when you give them the tools of creation.”
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