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    3D Printlife Creates World’s First 3D Printed Apartment with New Web Series "Joel Rush’s 3D Printlife"

    Finding new and entertaining ways to show the value of 3D printing in the home, the team at 3D Printlife has created a new web series based on the daily life of the company's VP of Marketing, Joel Rush. The series places Joel in an empty apartment in Studio City, California lacking any of the necessities of home living. Each week Joel tackles another 3D printing challenge to furnish and make his apartment livable.

    “We’re literally 3D printing my entire apartment,” exclaims Joel. “There’s basically a bed, a couch and a TV in the apartment, but not much else.”

    Starting with the bathroom, Joel prints a line of bath accessories and some surprising decorative pieces that instantly transform the bathroom from plain to trendy. From there, design challenges take the series into the kitchen, the bedroom and the living room. Special segments will focus on other design challenges and include guest appearances from the world of design and 3D printing.

    “Discovering a wide variety of 3D printing applications for the home, school and office has always been central to 3D Printlife,” says company president, Jeff Stevens. “We’re excited about this opportunity and look forward to seeing how a little imagination and participation from the audience will influence the look of Joel’s place.”

    New episodes of Joel Rush’s 3D Printlife can be found each Tuesday at www.joelrushs3dprintlife.com and on YouTube.

    3D Printlife (www.3dprintlife.com) is a distributor of 3D printers, 3D printer supplies and accessories, and 3D print design templates. For more information contact 3D Printlife’s VP of Marketing, Joel Rush at 323-419-0029 or joel@3dprintlife.com.
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