Print The Future brings 3-D printed furniture to High Point

Company will exhibit in Mill Village

Print the FutureHIGH POINT, N.C. - Print The Future, an omnichannel 3-D printed furniture company, will showcase in Mill Village at High Point Market. Print The Future will be the only 3-D printed furniture company to feature at market.

At the show, Print The Future will occupy 960 square feet on the second floor of Mill Village and provide visitors with an experience unlike any other. The theme of Mill Village is design, customization, craftsmanship, innovation and sustainability.

“Our vision is to be the global leader in 3-D printing ‘Ideas on Demand,’ combining design, print, recycling and impact, as a powerful force for good in the world," said Neil Patel, CEO and founder of Print The Future.

Three large 3-D printers will be on-site printing furniture pieces before attendees’ very eyes. Visitors will also be able to see completed 3-D printed furniture, allowing them to touch and feel finished products and experience how Print The Future can turn their ideas into reality.

Visitors will also have the opportunity win a piece of 3-D printed furniture, and will be encouraged to vote for the next city that will host a Print The Future pop-up shop. The first pop-up shop opened earlier this year in Midtown, New York City. The pop-up shop was featured by publications such as Elle Decor, Editor at Large and Interior Design Magazine.

“Print The Future will enable the community to select pieces from our curated catalog or bring their own designs to life like never before possible," Patel said. "We are democratizing design and allowing people to unleash their inner designer. What YouTube did for video content creators is what we are doing for designers. The possibilities are endless.”

Patel also believes in the power of 3-D printing to create a sustainable ecosystem that eliminates the need for shipping finished products, reducing our carbon footprint and enabling mass-customization and zero-waste for a consumer-focused economy.

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