Discover The Future in 3D Printing exhibition

We’d love to invite you to discover THE FUTURE IN 3D PRINTING, hosted by the National Museum of History of Transylvania, set very close to our coworking space.

THE FUTURE IN 3D PRINTING exhibition sets out to lead visitors on the real story of 3D printing, the way it is used in Romania, as well as offer a view towards the future, on the revolutionary potential this technology can achieve. Over 30 exhibits, an exoskeleton 3D printed, the Bloom sculpture, a robotic arm, as well as the Bran castle made completely with the help 3Doodler pen, 3D printers and much more are part of the first exhibition in Romania dedicated to the technology of three dimensional printing. You can find out how three key sectors are changing due to the innovation brought on by 3D printing: in the industrial and medical sector, as well as the creative industries.

The exhibition also includes a series of works by the artists nominated for the STARTS 2016 prizes – works that exemplify the position of the European Commision on the capacity of innovation on the intersection between arts, sciences and new technologies.

The event is organized by the Scientifica association, in partnership with Science Museum of London, European Commision, DG CONNECT, STARTS, Gluon, The Cluj Cultural Centre and with the support of the Administration of the National Cultural Fund.

“Now more than ever, each one of us can experiment with the technology of 3D printing. Artists, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs all over the world are using 3D printing to imagine and create objects with an innovative design. Our aim through this exhibition is to encourage Cluj inhabitants to participate in 3D printing, to understand and get actively involved in the process, to find new solutions to current problems,” says Miruna Amza, founder of Scientifica Association.

Visiting information:

FREE entry
Visiting schedule: June 9th – June 22nd,
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10.00 – 16.00, Wednesday: 12.00 – 18.00
National Museum of History of Transylvania, Constantin Daicoviciu Street, no 2, Cluj-Napoca