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Date(s) - Nov 14 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Rye House

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Join local Women in 3D Printing ambassador Christina, every 3rd Wednesday of the month, for casual drinks in the New York, NY, area.

We invite you to have a drink with us every month in the NYC area. We alternate between Brooklyn and Manhattan every month so that this is convenient for everyone.

This will be a casual happy hour for members to meet and discuss with new faces and 3D printing veterans. We welcome anyone that utilizes 3D Printing in any industry.

Our goal is to promote, inspire, and support women who are using Additive Manufacturing technologies. And in NYC, we say- we want you to leave the happy hour not only a little drunker but also with a larger community.

We have monthly themes to get us going and to start the conversation. We invite everyone to participate, as these happy hours are meant for everyone to walk out with a larger community of Women in 3D Printing and a little more shared knowledge:

This month’s theme is: Finishing Techniques
Sometimes we like the look of 3D printing, sometimes we simply use it just as a manufacturing technique, but want a different look or finish. What techniques do you use? How about materials? This is a wide open field that not many have really ventured into, we’re curious to hear about your tools of the trade and your tips and tricks to make something look absolutely stunning.

We hope to see many of you during these happy hour events every month and look forward to connecting!

Look for the large Women in 3D Printing logo stand when arriving. (It’s light up pink, you can’t miss it!)

Location: Rye House
Address: 11 W 17th St, New York, NY
Trains: F/M @ 14th St, L @ 6th Ave, NQR @ 14th Union Square
Food: American Traditional

* Please note that Women in 3D Printing is not covering any food & drinks for these casual happy hours. The time is 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST.

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