The 3-D Printing Store
What: The 3-D Printing Store announces Houston opening.
Where: The Edloe Street Café, 6119 Edloe St., Wednesday, November 12, from 5 to 7 pm.
Why: The 3-D Printing Store, a chain from Colorado with stores in Denver and Colorado Springs, will hold an open house to promote their upcoming Houston brick and mortar. 3-D printing is cost effective and can utilize printing material that consists of everything from paper to heated-up titanium to edibles like chocolate.
Lisa Risoli, 3-D Printing Store’s representative for Houston told Free press Houston of the many uses for 3-D printing. “We have designers that takes customers ideas and engineer them on our printers.” Some of the practical uses would include fixing broken pipes; medical casts; shoes; bracelets; or maybe a stand-up bride and groom for a wedding cake. The reception on Wednesday night will include several samples and displays.
— Michael Bergeron