Cubeek 3D, the first 3D printer shop in France
This is great news for the development of 3D printing in France: the first 3D printer shop has just opened in Paris. The Cubeek3D shop is open to everyone, it is aimed at both individuals and professionals.
You can find a very interesting catalogue of machines, ranging from the magnificent BeeVeryCreative through the Leapfrogthe Whitbox or the MCor Iris. Visitors will also be able to familiarize themselves with 3D scanners and equip themselves with filament reels. Soon, Cubeek3D plans to distribute theATCube Mini which is none other than the first French 3D printer. The interest of opening such a shop is to be able to provide specialist advice, training and after-sales service to customers. Go there with your eyes closed (from Cults:)) because the team is really great and the space is great! To do this, meet us at 33 rue du Docteur Roux in the 15th arrondissement, metro Pasteur. If you don't have the opportunity to go there, Cubeek3D also has an e-commerce site: the Cubeek Store.
Such an initiative contributes to the mission of democratizing this wonderful technology that is 3D printing. Also, Cultures had to be a partner in this project. Inside the shop, you can then admire the dedicated Cults boxes where you can find a selection of 3D printed objects from our catalogue of 3D files. These objects are obviously not intended for sale, they simply serve as a demonstration and allow Cubeek3D to show the variety of 3D models that can be made with a 3D printer, as well as the quality of finishes that can be obtained with certain machines. So we had the chance to exhibit some of our incredible designers such asUAU Project, Daniel Moos, Trisha, 3D object or even Simone PDA. One thing is certain, it is that with Cubeek3D and Cults, the future is shaping up today!
Source: Press Release
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