The first thing to say is that 3D: printing the future isn’t particularly huge at least not in relation to some of another vast exhibits on display at the Science Museum or –. It consists of quite a few display cabinets and one large wall. It is also not pitched at a particularly technology-savvy crowd – as with all Science Museum exhibitions, it is directed at children and families. What the exhibition does provide is a coherent and clear introduction to the subject, illustrated with a wide version of 3D printed examples.
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