Paris has definitely made our day. We’re excited to give you a bundle of news directly from one of the biggest 3D printing summits this year – Paris 3D Printshow that we are participating in. The whole building – Carrousel du Louvre is in fact a huge and magical place which serves as a perfect contrast of the classic architecture made by human to the 3D printed objects – creations of the latest additive manufacturing technology. After the morning preparation rush, our stand was ready for the visits of all the people who are as freak about 3D printing as we do. We have to admit, there were plenty of them and it doesn’t surprise knowing that they had the unique opportunity to see most of our amazing models, variety of printing materials and our latest device – Zortrax Inventure.

One of them which attracted the biggest audience was this superhero mask, printed from black Z-HIPS with inserted mini LED lights in the eyes that add the final touch and give the character more dramatic look.

Yet another top popular object was the robotic arm, a long-awaited model, fully described in one of the previous posts. The coolest thing was that apart from the ability to watch the model performing activities, the visitors could ask the designer of the robot – Robert Klaczyński for all the details concerning its printing process and utility of the device.

The visitors could see and try set of the functional prototypes of consumer goods like mini pc, loudspeaker, googles and router to believe, that our desktop 3D printers are able to produce ultra commercially-looking models that simply work.

We didn’t want our guests to leave Zortrax stand with only positive experience in their mind, so our team got busy with providing visitors with small samples of 3D prints that they can take in our classy Zortrax bags. We hope all of the guests had a chance to take a closer look on our models and get the desired information on our products.

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