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Open seven days a week, 10.00-18.00. Entry to the Museum is free.

Antenna Live: 3D Printing in Motion

18, 19, 20 February 2014
11.00-13.00 and 14.00-16.00

You may have heard about 3D printers - machines that can make real objects out of digital data.

This half term come and meet the team from Empire Cycles and Renishaw who have 3D printed an amazing bicycle out of titanium - the first of its kind! Get up close to their creation and find out how this technology could change our future.

3D printing leaves no waste metal behind, and saves time in the manufacturing process. You can also change the design and create a bespoke bicycle to suit you. Could 3D printing mean cheaper and lighter bikes in the future?

Antenna Live: 3D Printing in Motion

Meet designers and engineers who 3D print moving things
Floor: G
free