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Cubeek 3D, the first 3D printer shop in France

<p> This is a great news for the development of <strong>3D printing</strong> in France: the <strong>first 3D printer shop</strong> has just opened its doors in Paris. The <strong><a href="http://cubeek3d.com/">Cubeek3D</a> shop</strong> is open to all, it is aimed at both individuals and professionals. </p><p> You can find a very interesting catalog of machines, from the beautiful <a href="https://www.beeverycreative.com/"><strong>BeeVeryCreative</strong></a> to the <a href="https://www.lpfrg.com/"><strong>Leapfrog</strong></a> , the <a href="http://www.bqreaders.com/gb/products/witbox.html"><strong>Whitbox</strong></a> or the <a href="http://www.mcortechnologies.com/3d-printers/iris/"><strong>MCor Iris</strong></a>. Visitors will also be able to get acquainted with <strong>3D scanners</strong> and equip themselves with <strong>reels of filaments</strong> . In the near future, Cubeek3D intends to distribute the <a href="http://www.atc3d.com/"><strong>ATCube Mini</strong></a> which is none other than the <strong>first French 3D printer</strong> . The advantage of opening such a shop is to be able to divulge specialist advice, provide training and provide quality after-sales service to customers. Go with your eyes closed (from Cults :)) because the team is really great and the space is top! For this, RDV at <a href="https://www.google.fr/maps/place/33+Rue+du+Docteur+Roux/@48.8399923,2.3102621,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x47e670376fc884b9:0xed3518b080ac0e54">33 Rue du Docteur Roux</a> in the 15th, metro Pasteur. If you do not have the opportunity to go there, <strong>Cubeek3D</strong> also has an e-commerce site: the <a href="http://www.cubeek-store.com/">Cubeek Store</a>. </p><p> Such an initiative contributes to the democratization mission of this great technology that is <strong>3D printing</strong> . Also, <a href="http://cults3d.com"><strong>Cults</strong></a> had to be a <strong>partner</strong> of this project. Inside the shop, you will be able to admire the <strong>dedicated Cults boxes</strong> in which there is a selection of <strong>3D printed objects</strong> from our catalog of <a href="http://fichier3d.fr/"><strong>3D files</strong></a>. These objects are obviously not for sale, they simply serve as a demonstration and allow <strong>Cubeek3D</strong> to show the variety of <strong>3D models</strong> that can be made with a 3D printer, as well as the quality of the finishes that can be obtained with some machines. So we had the chance to exhibit some of our amazing <strong>designers</strong> such as <a href="http://fr.cults3d.com/utilisateurs/UAUproject"><strong>UAU Project</strong></a> , <a href="http://fr.cults3d.com/utilisateurs/mooses"><strong>Daniel Moos</strong></a> , <a href="http://fr.cults3d.com/utilisateurs/Trisha"><strong>Trisha</strong></a> , <a href="http://fr.cults3d.com/utilisateurs/objets3d"><strong>3D Object</strong></a> or <a href="http://fr.cults3d.com/utilisateurs/SimonePDA"><strong>Simone PDA</strong></a>. One thing is for sure, with <strong>Cubeek3D</strong> and <strong>Cults</strong> , the future is printed today! </p><p> <a href="http://fichier3d.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Cults-Box-Cubeek-10.jpg"><img src="http://fichier3d.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Cults-Box-Cubeek-10-600x450.jpg" alt="Cubeek 3d 3D printer shop Cults Paris France 3D Printers Sale 3D File"><br></a> </p><p> Source: <a href="http://cubeek3d.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/DOSSIER-DE-PRESSE-FINAL-FR-interactif.pdf">Press Release</a> </p>

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