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3D Systems Displays Printed Collection at INDEX

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Stunning Range of 3D Printed Lighting and Accessories for the Home

3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) announced today that its FreshFiber brand, along with its regional distributor, PRO TECHnology, will participate at INDEX 2012, the international interiors and design event located in the Middle East, taking place from September 24 to 27, 2012 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE in Hall 5, stand SD201.

The company will debut its world renowned 3D printed lighting collection to the Middle Eastern design and interiors scene in Dubai, leading with bestsellers that have captured the attention of global museums and designers and can be found in some of the most beautiful homes in the world. The company will present a stunning range of 3D printed lights designed by Freedom Of Creation, including Dahlia, Palm Spin 10, Riot and Filament, together with the famous Macedonia Space Divider.

"We are excited to be part of this important design and interiors event, and preview our amazing works of 3D printed art for the home," said Christian Dijkhof, Managing Director, FreshFiber for 3D Systems. "The INDEX exhibition is the place to showcase leadership in embracing the potential of 3D printing to create one-of-a-kind collections and make them readily available to a global audience while demonstrating the power of 3D content-to-print in a visual and compelling way."

The FreshFiber lighting collection is available for purchase today on Cubify.com, 3D Systems' marketplace for all things 3D.


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