3D: Printing the Future

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Science

Science Museum

Until Sun Jun 1

  • Free

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  • Name:

    Science Museum

  • Address:

    Science Museum Exhibition Rd
    London
    SW7 2DD

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 10am-6pm (last adm 5.15pm)

  • Transport:

    Tube: South Kensington

  • Map

    1. Science Museum
      • Exhibition Rd
        London
        SW7 2DD
      • 51.497296,-0.176478
  • Categories:

    Science. Things to do

  • Type of event:

    Exhibitions

3D: Printing the Future 2014

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    10:00
     
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    10:00
     
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    10:00
     
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JetaSet C

Very inspiring and overwhelming  exhibition !It changes your perception of the world and its many wonderful  creations, makes you look differently at everything you experience and see every day.Mind-blowing  Impressive. Highly recommend if you feel like its a time to broaden your horizons :)


Benjamin

I dreamed of that sort of technology when I was a little boy and today I saw my dream come through. Actually, this is quite spooky.

Anna

Mind-blowing exhibition! Really interesting and you definitely wont go out of the science museum without asking yourself some important questions at the end!

Mukta

It's revolutionary. I also saw 3D printing happening live at the antenna (at the store) and a toy was scanned and printed in front of me! They recently got the machine. Totally recommend it to anyone who wants to see how the future may shape out.