May 11, 2014
-- Austin, TX – May 9, 2014. The Nation’s First 3D printing art exhibit and competition will be hosted by Denton High School and Dim3printing LLC. at 5:30pm, May 12 at the library of Denton High School, Denton, TX. In this event, the high school students will exhibit their artworks using Dim3W Smart 3D printing pen and participate the competition. Live artworks demonstration and creation will be shown in the event as well. This event is open to public and everyone is welcome to join us and celebrate the first 3D printing pen artworks show.
"We are working with more educational institutions to launch a nationwide 3D printing arts competition program," said Mr. Bin Hu, the CEO of Dim3printing LLC.," This is an exciting program for Dim3printing as we believe in that the manual 3D printing devices offers a better experiences and lower barrier for our youngsters to get hands on the cutting edge 3D printing technologies."
Founded in 2013, Dim3printing is a company committed to bringing innovative yet affordable 3D printing products to the market for everybody who enjoys making things in daily life. For more information about Dim3printing, please visit us online at www.dim3printing.com.
About Denton ISD
Denton Independent School District has been committed to providing a quality education since it was founded in 1882. The district – located about 25 miles north of Dallas and Fort Worth – encompasses 180 square miles and contains all or parts of 16 cities, communities or major developments.