Mak3d Co-working Space Brings 3D Printing To London Masses
November 27, 2012
Rapid prototyping is all the rage; heck, we’ve been touting this fabrication technique for months! The rise in popularity is no doubt attributed to these technologies becoming more widely accessible, but let’s be honest, not all of us are lucky enough to have access to a 3D printer at the drop of a hat. Fortunately, the good folks at 3dprintuk have developed London’s first 3D-printing co-working office space, creating a home for 3D design enthusiasts. Read more!
Mak3d is an open office seeking skilled 3D designers, even offering freelance opportunities through the founding company, 3dprintuk. Equipped with an in-house Objet30 high-definition 3D printer (and more on the way) Mak3d provides designers with a free desk and access to these rapid prototyping technologies. There is one small catch: Designers are asked to work two hours a week for the office in exchange for desk space. Really, a mere 10 hours a month is not that much to ask considering all that the office is providing for these skilled 3D modelers, right?
Photos: courtesy of 3dprintuk