This Friday, August 1st, 3D Hubs is hosting their 100% Clean Energy 3D-printing After Party: a night dedicated to discussion concerning 3D printing and clean energy … and you’re on the guest list.
Or you could be; by going online and claiming one of the remaining 38 spots, you can secure a fun night out in the world’s most livable city, with some of the most passionate people on the 3D printing scene. The event will be held at the bar Taphouse, which boasts Europe’s biggest tap-beer selection and is located on Lavendelstræde 15, 1462 Copenhagen. The party doesn’t start until you walk in (at 7:00 pm) and ends when you leave (at 11:00 pm).
Whether you are a hardcore printer or a total novice, you will be welcomed with smiles and a nice, refreshing drink. The event will allow you to both have fun and network at the same time. Work hard, play hard, right? Don’t forget to bring along your 3D printer if you have one, but be sure to let the hosts know a.s.a.p. so that they can make the correct arrangements.
This Friday’s event will be graced by Christian, the Hubs Community Mayor of Copenhagen.
At 3D Hubs, the founding belief is that everyone should have access to hassle-free 3D Printing: that’s why they have set up a global network connecting all the people who have access to 3D printers, to allow anyone to print, anywhere. The community includes printers in Milan, Amsterdam, London and Los Angeles, to name a few.
Founded by Brian Garret and Bram de Zwart, 3D Hubs is the world’s largest platform connecting 3D printers. Most remarkable is their focus on clean energy with an emphasis on using recycled materials, eliminating waste and pollution from transportation.