3D Printer World Expo, The Aftermath of Awesomeness


Attending the 3D Printer World Expo put any doubt of the 3D Printing Industry to rest. With one lap around the show floor you could see so many creative and promising opportunities being explored with 3D Printing. 


Among the exciting 3D printers on display were beautifully printed pieces of 3D artwork, lifesaving research and many other developing technologies.
 It was literally a glimpse into the future of what's to come in personal desktop printing. Once you see the quality and range of materials coming our way, it's easy to understand what all the hype is about.

Also in attendance were our good friends at Pixologic; they kept busy demonstrating the wonders of Zbrush and just how powerful of a tool it can be in the field. 

The presence of companies like them highlighted the large intersections between the art and tech industries, giving much more perspective of all the possibilities.

Mold3D's booth was briefly featured on the news showing Daniel De Leon sculpting in ZBrush.

3D Prints at Mold3D's booth.

We had the pleasure of exhibiting Mold3D at our first conference, and we couldn't have more of a reason to celebrate! 

If you had the opportunity to stop by our booth, you would have seen our display of incredibly detailed 3D prints created by a number of talented 3D artists including, Gio Nakpil, Anne Sindenblad, Joaquin Baldwin and our very own Robert Vignone.

We also announced our upcoming 3D Printing and Modeling Workshops!  We'll be beginning with a number of physical workshops based out of the Los Angeles area this spring, and later in the year will be the launch of our online design program! More details are to come so be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get the most up-to-date information and announcements about the workshops and much more! 

The Mold3D team.

The Mold3D team.

Overall, 3D Printer World Expo was a wonderful experience. Having the opportunity to exhibit along side such great players in the industry was a blast, and the turnout was better than we could have ever expected. We look forward to next year's event!