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02 December 2020

Paris using 3D print interactive window to inspire visitors to buy

Paris using 3D print interactive window to inspire visitors to buy

Semeast is a public organization in Paris, its main purpose is to promote the development of retail business of the tenth district of the city. Not long ago, during the Christmas season of 2015, in order to increase the festive atmosphere of Paris, helping businesses attract consumers’ attention, Semeast organized an interesting event.It united the 10 local stores, held a use of recycled materials and high-tech manufacturing techniques, including laser cutting and 3d printing technology to create interactive festival activities — innovation of the  window  ( French vitrines innovantes ).842

According to the understanding of China’s 3d print Network,in response to just cop21 of the Global Conference on the environment held in Paris , this innovative project focuses on the use of recycled and locally made and biodegradable materials.For example, Jamini– Store, one of the ten participating in this activity in its window with a Use  own store extra cardboard and recycled paper – made mini Christmas Village.Le Fabshop creation built using the laser cutting out shapes, and with the touch – sensitive micro – controller, 3d printed circuit boards, photovoltaic cells and LED lamps.In addition, they also use biodegradable PLA 3d printing of materials for decoration.Nowadays,3D Printing technology developed speed is beyond imagination.Recently ,a kind of printer is popular with people ,named Flower Art Printer which can print beautiful flowers for decoration.839

According to reports, the 3d interactive window will print at 10 participating stores has been shown from November 20th, 2015 to January 10 th,2016.Overall, this innovation activity to successfully got more attention for the enterprises that participate in the activities , a great success. And how it can serve as a model to inspire the store and encourage a deeper connection, and how to use 3d printing methods for sustainable improvement store appearance of the window.840