The 3D Printing Days are a hot industry event in Europe—and more specifically, Poland—allowing event-goers and exhibitors to meet and share as some of the newest and most progressive products are shown off, with visitors often able to participate in presentations. The last time we reported on one of these events was 3D Printing Days in March, where numerous well-known startups and companies were unveiling new hardware and software, along with a presentation by Josef Průša, in the headlines again just last week in regards to a new release for the iPrusa MK2 3D printer.
Now Warsaw will be home to the next 3D Printing Days from September 29-30 at the EXPO XXI. This important show will offer another wide range of exhibits, to include something new and exciting at the Verashape booth as they unveil their new VSHAPER GO 3D printer and offer everyone the chance to meet Krzysztof Rychławski, a talented Polish designer.
As the team from Verashape states in a recent press release, this particular trade show is a ‘cyclical event, and gathers almost the entire society of the 3D printing industry.’ They are expecting a great turnout as numerous contests have been prepared by the organizers in anticipation of a big crowd.
We reported on Verashape just last month as they began to put together an effort for worldwide distribution of the VSHAPER 3D printer, part of a project subsidized by The National Centre for Research and Development 2014-2020. The Verashape VSHAPER GO will join the lineup of 3D printers so far consisting of the:
“Providing solutions for industry, we meet many 3D Print enthusiasts, who pointed out that our solutions, though very successful in production and prototyping, when used in a smaller scale appear to be too technologically advanced,” says Jacek Wach, Marketing Manager from Verashape.
“To meet the expectations of individual customers, 3D Print enthusiasts, creators and companies that rarely use 3D Print technology, we have created the new model of VSHAPER printer.”
The new printer allows the use of both ABS and PLA, featuring a 215 x 215 x 200 mm workspace, platform auto-leveling, and automatic nozzle cleaning.
Along with checking out the new GO 3D printer, those visiting the Verashape stall can also look forward to discussing industrial design with Rychławski, an artist connected with the Visual Art Cathedral of UTP University of Science and Technology and ‘Pracownia do Rzeczy,’ which he set up himself. Specializing in 3D visualization, with Pracownia do Rzeczy, the artist is able to emphasize the concept of a product’s style and aesthetics. Rychławski puts an emphasis on designing objects that are useful. Having Rychławski at the Verashape booth should be quite exciting as he uses the VSHAPER 3D printer in his daily work and will be showing off some of his ‘unusual’ 3D prints.
Looking back at the March event, 3D Printing Days drew over 100 exhibitors and as many as 6,000 visitors. For the Warsaw event, a jewelry trade fair will also be held at the same venue, most likely drawing in even more visitors to the 3D printing technology area. Those interested in meeting Rychławski can find him (and the new GO 3D printer) at booth 20 in the center of the exhibition hall. The designer will be present on the second day of the event, September 30th.
The VSHAPER GO is now available for presale at a discounted price of €1900, with guaranteed order shipment until December 24th. The printer will be available for regular purchase on January 1st. Discuss further in the VSHAPER GO 3D Printer forum over at 3DPB.com.
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