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NYC Startup Print the Future Offers Custom, On Demand 3D Printed Furniture

Print the Future, a new tech startup making waves in the home furnishing marketplace, opened the doors to their 30-day pop-up store in Midtown, New York City. The tech startup offers customers the opportunity to work with world renowned interior designers to design furniture and home goods, and have their designs become 3D printed furniture within 24 hours.

To raise awareness about Print the Future, the startup will be opening pop-up stores in key locations across North America, starting this month in New York City. Print the Future’s New York pop-up store is now open to the public from March 3rd until Friday, March 31st at 325 W. 38th Street in New York City. Other cities on the docket include San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, Chicago, and Miami.

The purpose of the pop-up stores is to showcase the 3D printing process to customers. Customers can enjoy a free coffee from the coffee bar and sit down with industry experts to learn more about modern interior design and the innovations of 3D printing, all while watching furniture get printed before their eyes! All furniture printed at the pop-up stores will be given away as prizes via Print the Future’s social channels.

“Print the Future is about more than just furniture; it’s about innovation, and making ideas on demand a reality by moving the needle in the 3D printing space, the possibilities being endless,” says Neil Patel, Founder and CEO. “We are at the forefront in the 3D printing space and have big visions. What Starbucks is to coffee, Print the Future will be to 3D printing; synonymous with its product.”

The team of tech and design entrepreneurs behind the progressive approach to customized home furnishings is led by interior design and home décor commerce entrepreneur, Neil Patel. Patel’s leadership team includes, Raj Bharti, a seasoned technology executive from Microsoft and Wall Street firms, as well as Lori Dennis, top interior designer, speaker, best-selling author, star of HGTV’s The Real Designing Women and founder of Design Campus, the nation’s leading interior design summit.

Beyond printing customized home furnishings for the designer at heart, for every piece of purchased furniture printed, Print the Future plans to print a much-needed object/tool/piece of equipment in an under-developed country; a concept inspired by Toms Shoes.

“Innovation moves societies forward and we are poised to be the leader in printing 3D furniture and home décor.” says Raj Bharti, COO of Print the Future. “Print the Future will delight our customers, designers, and home-builders by printing almost everything they want, when they want, and how they want. Our patrons can bring their own designs and see the furniture created in front of their eyes – that’s quite magical.”

The company is currently crowdsourcing funding, led by Wellington Shields, for its business vision via Regulation A+. Those interested in learning more about directly investing in this company can visit the investor page on the website www.printthefuture.today.

Print the Future is a technology company that works with community members and print customized furniture and home goods with state of the art 3D printers. Print the Future is building a community of people, who, together, want to create a better world through technology and design. Every time you print an item through Print the Future, a much-needed item will be printed in a developing community. The company launched in February 2017 by technology entrepreneur, Neil Patel. Based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Print the Future is online and available to customers around the world.

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