Sip a Cappuccino After Watching a 3D Printer Churn Out Your Mug

Sip a Cappuccino After Watching a 3D Printer Churn Out Your Mug

MakersCAFE seeks to educate a wider audience by showcasing laser and 3D printers at an East London coffee shop

Teo Armus
  • 8 july 2015

At MakersCAFE, a joint coffee shop and makerspace in East London, you can drink coffee from a 3D mug—and watch that mug made right before your eyes.

Customers can either submit designs in person or online through RazorLab, the café’s automated 24/7 service, and the café’s team will turn these ideas into material reality with the café’s set of 3D printers and laser cutters.

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