SHOP3D.CA IS EXHIBITING AT IIDEX CANADA 2016 AT THE INNOVATION PAVILION

November 22, 2016

SHOP3D.CA IS EXHIBITING AT IIDEX CANADA 2016 AT THE INNOVATION PAVILION

Shop3D.ca will be joining IIDEX Canada at the prestigious Innovator’s Pavillion this year at the Metro Toronto Convention Center to showcase our Ultimaker 3D printers printing projects with WZMH Architects.  It runs from Nov 30-Dec 1st.

Come see how 3D Printing can push your innovative architectural project to the next level at the innovators pavillion next week.  Our staff will be there to answer any 3D printing questions you might have.  Finally to top it all off, Shop3D.ca will be joining the Kaajenga private social network for architects with updated media available year round as a 3D printing resource for architects and designers.  

 

IIDEXCanada is Canada’s National Design + Architecture Exposition & Conference, and is proudly co-presented by IDC, Interior Designers of Canada and RAIC, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. The annual show focuses on all areas of design including workplace, healthcare, hospitality, retail, residential, education, architecture, landscape architecture, lighting and sustainability, wellness and accessibility. IIDEXCanada celebrates 32 years on Wednesday November 30 & Thursday December 1, 2016, in the North Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

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